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35th Maryland Wine Festival is this Saturday!

Earlier Maryland Wine Festival photo at Carroll County Farm Museum

The 35th Maryland Wine Festival takes place Saturday, October 13 at the Carroll County Farm Museum, a wonderful location that celebrates history. The Maryland Wine Festival usually takes place in September but due to dire weather forecast predictions was postponed until this coming Saturday. 

At this 2018 festival more than 150 Maryland wines will be available for wine enthusiasts. Those people with Explorer Pass tickets will receive a commemorative tasting glass, have access to all the wines from Maryland wineries participating in the event plus additional special wines. The Explorer tickets include access to special seating in a shaded area, bottled water and private restrooms, also participating in a blind tasting competition. While food is not included in the tickets, culinary delights will be available from vendors.

The Carroll County Farm Museum is a great family historic site to visit. So take your family to the Maryland Wine Festival and also stay awhile to visit the museum site.  Children12 and under will be admitted to the wine festival for free with a paying adult.

For more details, visit the Maryland Wine Festival page. Also check out the Carroll County Farm Museum to discover all it has to offer.

Early in September, I wrote about the Maryland Wine Festival. For more information check out this blog.

Hope the weather is great this Saturday for the 35th Maryland Wine Festival!


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