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Visiting Maryland this Summer? Visit a Winery

Chateau du Bu De Wineyard & Winery

Maryland is a delightful state with a wide range of landscapes that include the beautiful Atlantic seashore, the mountains and the tree-covered hills. Of course, Maryland also has its share of cities and towns. If your enjoy city or town life, visit Baltimore, Annapolis, Frederick, and remember that Washington, DC is just across the state line.

Maryland has almost 1,000 acres of grapevines. They can be found from the far western part of Maryland to the Eastern Shore.

Catoctin Breeze vineyards

Maryland has nine wine trails:

  • Antietam Highlands Wine Trail (9 wineries)
  • Capital Wine Trail (5 wineries)
  • Carroll Wine Trail (2 wineries)
  • Chesapeake Wine Trail (13 wineries)
  • Cider Trail (3)
  • Frederick Wine Trail (8 wineries)
  • Legacy Wine Trail (4 wineries)
  • Mead Trail (4)
  • Patuxent Wine Trail (8 wineries)
  • Piedmont Wine Trail (8 wineries)

Black Ankle Vineyards

Maryland wines to discover include dry, sweet, sparkling wines as well as meads and ciders. Red grape varieties include: Cabernet Franc, Barbera, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Chambourcin, Frontenac and Marquette. White grape varieties include: Albarino, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Petit Manseng, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillion, La Crescent, Cayuga, Chardonel, Seyval Blanc, Traminette, Valvin Muscat, Vidal Blanc and Vignoles.

Bordeleau Vineyards & Winery

We have visited and written about many of Maryland’s wineries. For your convenience the articles are online on Wine Trail Traveler. Enjoy!


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