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Barrel Tastings

After a year hiatus to let our delicate 2018 red wines rest, we are excited to share a preview of the exciting 2019 vintage! This winemaker-led tour will showcase our 2019 red and white wines that are currently aging in barrel. Tour includes tasting, intimate conversation, and an antipasto reception. Tour the winemaking facility Taste new vintages from our tank & barrel rooms Enjoy conversation, wine, and an antipasto reception The whole experience led by our winemakers (Anthony Aellen, Ray Mitcham, and Melissa Aellen) This is an exclusive and intimate experience with only 20 people per session. Tickets required. $25/person….

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Ladies Night Out

FEBRUARY’S LADIES NIGHT IS SOLD OUT BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Enjoy a glass of your favorite Linganore wine or a specialty wine cocktail with friends, along with Maryland artisan and craft vendors. There will also be live music and a food truck will be available. The event is from 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM. $15 per person, includes one glass of wine or specialty wine cocktail (up to a $10 value).

New Year, New Events

New Year, New Events   Welcome to 2017, we are so excited for what’s in store! 2016 has come to an end…and what a year it was! We introduced new wines, won numerous medals, got voted best place to work (TOTALLY true!) and celebrated our 40th anniversary! Whew! You’d think we’d be exhausted (thank goodness, for a restful holiday break) but, we are hard at work to bring you all new events for the New Year! Do you need a quick gift for someone? We have a couple great events in January! Our Winterfest is a daytime dance party held…

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New Wines- Love at First Sip

  Fewer things make us more excited than releasing NEW WINES!! We think that once you’ve tasted them, you’ll feel the same. With the popularity of our Indulgence red, we decided to add two new dessert style wines: Abisso and Midnight Bramble. Both have fruit fermented to 10 percent residual sugar and then have neutral spirits added prior to being barrel aged for about six months. Abisso is a port style wine that is slightly thicker than Midnight Bramble. If it sounds familiar, that’s because we have made it before, but this time we are using Chambourcin grapes rather than…

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Brownies (and wine) make everything better

It’s not often that i open a bottle of wine for dinner and have some remaining, but it happens. So, I asked myself, what can I do with a bit of leftover wine. Usually, I braise some red meat or add it to pasta sauce but I was craving something sweet- honestly, who doesn’t love sweets. So I spent some time cruising the photos on Yummly (wait, you do know about how amazing Yummly is right??? If not, do yourself a favor and check it out). Sure I could have poached out of season pears or made some sort of…

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