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Grapes from Stagecoach Vineyards in Napa

Wine enthusiasts and wine lovers in suburban Maryland have the opportunity to experience making a barrel of wine with a local winemaker at Tin Lizzie Wineworks. The winemaking teaching facility, on a working farm, is located outside Clarksville, Maryland. Dave Zuchero, a passionate winemaker and owner of Tin Lizzie Wineworks, is knowledgeable and friendly. During the winemaking process, Dave demonstrates many of the winemaking principles while helping participants craft their own barrels of wine. Dave is proud of the quality of grapes he provides for clients, including purchasing premium grapes from Stagecoach Vineyards in Napa Valley.

Adding wine grapes to destemmer/crusher

Participants can choose now what wine they want to make. They also can choose to make a full barrel, half-barrel or quarter-barrel. Numerous other decisions need to be made while crafting a wine. Dave explains the options with an eye to helping you get the wine you will enjoy.

Dave has been crafting wine for many years. He first began making wine with his father. Since 2008 Dave has been helping Marylanders create quality wines at Tin Lizzie Wineworks.

Producing quality wines includes using winemaking equipment and quality grapes, both of which are costly. Anyone interested in making wine may want to gather a few friends together to share the fun, cost and wine. At Tin Lizzie Wineworks, Dave encourages small group participants.

On a personal note, we have made wine with Dave at Tin Lizzie Wineworks three times, always enjoying the experience and comaraderie.

Consider making your own wine, keeping some for yourself and using some bottles for holiday gifts. These are gifts that really say you care. For wine lovers who want to try their hand at making quality wine, contact Dave at  dave@tinlizziewineworks.com.

Add some excitement to your life and make your own wine this fall!


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