Maryland Wineries & Vineyards
Maryland has many wineries and vineyards to visit where visitors can tour their facilities and taste the
wines they offer. Whether you're visiting cities like Baltimore, Columbia, and Silver Spring
you can usually find a vineyard close by.
Each Maryland winery offers something a little
different from the next, and vineyards can be found in nearly every
region of this great state. Click on the map at the top of the page
to find wineries within a specific region of Maryland and take a
closer look at what's available in your area. Maryland's urban centers of Annapolis and Baltimore
have chic downtown Maryland wine
bars. MD wine bars like V-NO Wine Bar, Lisas Small Plates and
Wine Bar, and The Purple Tooth Wine Bar, are great places to taste
local wines and cuisines without ever leaving the city. If you decide to head to a Maryland winery or vineyard, you'll be impressed by the beautiful natural landscape you'll see along
the way. Let our website help you find wineries and tours
and trails. Learn all you need to know about what Maryland wine
country has to offer.
With wineries to be found in just about every region
of Maryland, enthusiasts can find something pleasing to the palate.
With amazing wineries like St. Michaels Winery, Perigeaux Vineyards
and Winery, and Basignani Winery, wine tasting in MD is unique and
exciting. These and other Maryland vineyards produce both reds and whites. The cities of Edgewood, Bel Air South, and Annapolis
are just a short distance from Maryland wineries and vineyards.
Depending upon what time of year you plan to be in Maryland, you
can attend an Maryland fine wine or food festival like St. Michaels
Food and Wine Festival in April, Riverside Winefest at Sotterley
in Hollywood in October or The Maryland Wine Festival in Westminster
in September and sample some great food prepared by local chefs
and accompanied by local and national wines. Events like these give
visiting and resident wine lovers opportunities to really experience
the unique charms of Maryland wine-making. Whatever your wine tastes,
Maryland's wine country is sure to please everyone!
For additional Maryland Winery & Vineyard information
including wine bars, wine tours, and wine festivals, you can contact
the Maryland Office of Tourism Development at 217 East Redwood Street, Baltimore MD, 21202 Telephone: 410-767-3400.