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Craft Wine at Tin Lizzie Wineworks

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Tin Lizzie Wineworks just outside of Clarksville, Maryland offers a unique opportunity to make your own barrel of wine or to gather a few friends or relatives together to craft a quality barrel of wine.

Filling a basket press

Unlike most wineries that operate to produce and sell wine, Tin Lizzie Wineworks is a teaching winery where owner and winemaker, Dave Zuchero, teaches and guides wine enthusiasts to creating their own barrel of wine.

At Tin Lizzie Wineworks the wine grapes are sourced from the best growers that Dave has for obtaining the grapes including the famed Stagecoach Vineyards in Napa, California. This year the available grapes from Stagecoach Vineyards include: Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Malbec and Merlot. From our experience the grapes arrive in a refrigerated truck are in great condition.

At Tin Lizzie, winemakers can choose to create single-varietal wines or blends.

Grapes from Napa, California can ship to East Coast

If you have an interest in crafting a barrel of wine at Tin Lizzie, you may want to follow the guidelines that Dave sent out in a recent newsletter. A summary of Dave’s suggestions:

  1. Pour a glass of wine.
  2. Think about what type of wine you like.
  3. Look at the Tin Lizzie Winemaking Packages
  4. Check the List of Grapes
  5. Undecided? or want to talk about winemaking, call Dave.

Prices vary and depend upon the grape variety chosen as well as the vineyards from which the grapes are sourced. Dave also offers winemakers the choice of crafting a full barrel, half-barrel or quarter-barrel.

Bottling wine at a teaching winery

Crafting a quality wine is a fantastic experience if you enjoy wine. Just think, if you craft your own wine, you will likely want to use some of the bottles as holiday, birthday, anniversary or housewarming gifts in 2019.


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