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Craft Wine at Tin Lizzie Wineworks!

Tin Lizzie Wineworks where "the magic begins"

Tin Lizzie Wineworks where “the magic begins”

For anyone who is interested in crafting their own wine now is the time to signup at Tin Lizzie Wineworks in Clarksville, Maryland!

While there are wine lovers who just want to make the wine in their glass just disappear, there are numerous others who are interested in how the beautiful, flavorful wine grapes harvested from the fall vineyards are magically turned into wine.

Winemaking has a variety of components to crafting a delicious wine. While some of the  components are complex, at Tin Lizzie Wineworks, owner and winemaker, Dave Zuchero, breaks everything down into easy to understand segments.We met Dave several years ago and discovered him to be friendly and willing to share his knowledge. Since that time we have crafted two barrels of Cabernet Sauvignon at Tin Lizzie Wineworks and have another barrel of wine aging in French oak.

111212d-150x150Tin Lizzie Wineworks has spots to fill for the 2015 vintage. If you want to enjoy learning about wine and how it is crafted, check out the Tin Lizzie Wineworks website.

Dave has constructed the winemaking into four sessions spread throughout the year.

  1. Crush and Ferment
  2. Press and Barrel
  3. Rack and Taste
  4. Bottle and Label

The cost of the winemaking includes all the supplies you need including bottles and labels. Prices vary depending on whether American or French oak barrels, new oak barrel, extended aging and special heavy walled bottles. Individuals or small groups are also encouraged to craft a barrel of wine together.

When you decide you want to craft your very own wine at Tin Lizzie Wineworks call Dave at 301-318-9954 or email dave@tinlizziewineworks.com. Sign up right away while grapes are still available.

Remember crafting your own bottles of wine can give you some bragging rights, too!

Hope everyone is enjoying Labor Day Weekend!


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