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Vineyard Manager Eric Aellen harvests chardonnay grapes in the vineyards of Linganore Winecellars on Aug. 31 in Mount Airy. Planted three years ago, these vines are located at the new block of chardonnay plants and will allow for the winery to make a different style of chardonnay wine that is fermented in stainless steel. (Katina Zentz/The Frederick News-Post via AP)
Sep 13, 2021

Maryland winery workers take to the vines for yearly harvest

Linganore Winecellars is among the Maryland wineries whose workers have taken to the vines for this year’s harvest.

Rose wine
Jul 12, 2021

Maryland native launched what he calls the first Black-owned rosé

Randallstown native Donae Burston made a splash in 2019 in the wine business by launching La Fête du Rosé, which he called the first entirely Black-owned rosé, out of St. Tropez, France.

May 15, 2019

New wine club supports Md. nonprofit’s endangered animals program

A Silver Spring-based nonprofit is launching a wine club and two new wines to support its effort to protect threatened animals.

Aug 24, 2018

Cheers! New wine and beer options announced in Rockville, Annapolis

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants and the Brass Tap have found new homes.

Sep 18, 2014

Kamenetz puts wine on line with Orioles

Neither the Orioles nor the Washington Nationals actually play in any of the affected counties, but that hasn’t stopped Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz from making a bet with his counterparts in Montgomery (Isiah Leggett) and Prince George’s (Rushern L. Baker III) counties that the Orioles will last longer in baseball’s postseason than the Nats. […]

Kosher Wine
Apr 4, 2014

We’ll drink to that

Just in time for Passover comes news from the General Assembly that could make for good conversation around seder tables from Hagerstown to Salisbury.

Jan 24, 2014

Eastern Shore winery war continues

A Talbot County couple cries foul over a fledgling winery's request to keep storing its wine on site.

Nov 11, 2013

Maryland wine: California of the East?

COLLEGE PARK — Maryland’s wine industry, while not a powerhouse in the world of vino, has seen tremendous growth over the past decade, and the state has the potential to become a major center of wine production in time, experts said. But to realize that potential, the state has a number of challenges to overcome […]

Oct 29, 2013

A vintage harvest

The 2013 wine harvest is wrapping up around the region and, despite challenges posed by excessive rainfall in early to midsummer, most wineries report another excellent vintage — the second in a row and, going back to 2010, three out of four.

Oct 10, 2013

Wine distributor relocating to White Marsh

Mega wine and spirits distributor, Reliable Churchill LLLP, is relocating its headquarters to Baltimore Crossroads in White Marsh in a new 449,200-square-foot building.

Sep 9, 2013

Remembering Grigio

My week was spent mourning what seems is the demise of our favorite farm cat, who didn’t return one night after dark.

Aug 26, 2013

My deer friends

One has to mark territory; if not, well, maybe I didn’t look serious about protecting it.

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