The history of winemaking in Maryland goes back to the 1600s. The state of Maryland has four different geographic regions that are suitable for growing grapes for winemaking. The central part of the state is the location for most of the Maryland wineries. In this region of the state the vineyards grow Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Gris. The wines from this area of the state are some of the finest in the country.
The eastern shore of the state is home to a great many grape varieties. The southern and western regions of the state each have vineyards and various grapes planted for Maryland wineries located in these parts of Maryland.
Wine trails through the state allow visitors to sample various wines in different areas. There are more than three hundred varieties of wines to choose from in Maryland wineries. There are wines in Maryland to suit every taste and budget. Families can choose to enjoy the sights and beauty of Maryland while visiting the wine trails of Maryland.
The Chesapeake Wine Trail is on the eastern side of the state and is home to eight wineries. This part of the state is home to sandy beaches and stunning waterfront views. The Chesapeake Wine trail is a great choice when you are planning a family vacation to the beach. Spend time enjoying the fine wines of Maryland while relaxing with your family in this scenic part of the state.
You will need several trips to the State of Maryland to enjoy the wine trails and the fine wines produced by Maryland wineries.
Frederick Cellars LLC
221 NE St
Frederick, MD 21701
Berrywine Plantations – Linganore Wine Cellars
13601 Glissans Mill Rd
Mount Airy, MD 21771
St Michaels Winery LLC
605 S Talbot
Saint Michaels, MD 21663
Basignani Winery Ltd
15722 Falls Rd
Sparks Glencoe, MD 21152