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Sign Up Soon to Make Your Own Wine

Wine enthusiasts and wine lovers in suburban Maryland have the opportunity to craft a barrel of wine with a local winemaker at Tin Lizzie Wineworks.

Now is Great Time to Make Peach Wine

The peach winemaking adventure continues!

Follow Our 2017 Peach Winemaking Progress

Harvesting peaches and making peach wine is a great experience especially at this time of year. Why not try it?

Opening our Qvevri for the 2016 Vidal Blanc

On Sunday we opened our qvevri and tasted our Vidal Blanc that was sealed in the qvevri on its skins since December. A pictorial essay follows.

Interview: Randall Grahm of Bonny Doon

A few weeks ago, after learning about an unusual winemaking technique I contacted Randall Grahm of Bonny Doon Vineyard in California. In addition to a photo of the technique he used for producing Vin Gris Tuilé, he kindly responded to interview questions via email.

Craft Beverages Unlimited East in February

Almost another year has passed and its time for the Vineyard & Winery Management’s annual Craft Beverages Unlimited East. The 2016 event is scheduled for February 10 to February 12.

Turning Water into Wine

It is not often that I reflect on a religious note. I let that to my daughter Meghan who has written a series of articles for the Wine Trail Traveler’s website called “Wine in the Bible.” However, this past weekend gospel centered on the wedding feast at Cana. There at His Mother Mary’s request, Jesus […]

Auxerrois Grape Variety: Not Well Known

The Auxerrois grape variety is an interesting grape for winemaking. The white grape variety is frequently found in Alsace, France. The grape is frequently used for blending but occasionally is used as a single varietal wine.

Craft Wine at Tin Lizzie Wineworks!

For anyone who is interested in crafting their own wine now is the time to signup at Tin Lizzie Wineworks in Clarksville, Maryland!

In Search of Ancient Georgian Winemaking in America

The country Georgia has the longest, continuous winemaking tradition on the globe. They have 8,000 vintages. Yet, much about the viticulture and enology from this country is unknown by wine enthusiasts. There are those in the United States who are exceptions. We are constantly in search for native Georgian varietal grapes grown in the United […]


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