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March is the Third Annual Maryland Wine Month

Robin Hill Farm and Vineyard

March 2019  is the month for celebrating the Third Annual  Maryland Wine Month. March is a good time to visit tasting rooms at wineries in Maryland. Tasting rooms tend to be less crowded in March. Less crowded tasting rooms usually mean that visitors get a bit more attention and therefore more time to ask questions about the wines and vineyards. It’s a win-win situation for everyone.

Catoctin Breeze Vineyard wine

For March 2019, wine enthusiasts are invited to download a “card” for Maryland Wine Month. This card has a list of all nine Maryland wine trails. Best of all, the 66 Maryland wineries are listed in alphabetical order and easy to check off as you visit each winery.

Be sure to check each winery’s website for days and hours that the winery is open.

Another great idea for Maryland Wine Month is a photo contest. Visit a winery take photos or take a photo of a Maryland wine. Share the photos on social media such as Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.  The Maryland Wineries Association will choose the best photos and the winner will receive a pair of tickets to the Decanter Brunch Experience at the Decanter Reimagined-A Racing & Wine Experience. When posting your photos used the hashtag #WeAreMarylandWine.

Thanksgiving Farm

Four of our favorite Maryland wineries are Robin Hill Farm and Vineyard, Catoctin Breeze Vineyard, Thanksgiving Farm and New Market Plains Vineyard. Try to visit these wineries soon.

During March be sure to visit Maryland wineries and when visiting restaurants ask for a Maryland wine.

New Market Plains Vineyard


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