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Maryland Wine Week is July 18 – July 26

Maryland is proudly home to award winning wines, but it doesn’t end there. Maryland takes pride in producing many unique styles of wine from bubbly fruit wines to sharp elegant red wines and everything in between! There is no doubt that every palate will surely be pleased by the variety of wines Maryland has to offer.  We believe the craftsmanship that goes into each glass of wine on your table and bottle of wine in your rack deserves to be recognized. What better way to celebrate our local business producing our favorite wine then to celebrate all week long.. Maryland Wine Week!

 

This amazing event will take place from July 18-26.  Local restaurants, wine shops, and bars will be featuring Maryland Wine and other local products.  This is a way to support Maryland’s local industries.

 

Of course Vino301 will be participating, every week is wine week for us! We offer several different tour packages to please all of the wine lovers. Some of our most popular packages include Maryland Regional Wine Tours, Chocolate and Wine Tours, Girls Day Out, and custom wine tour tastings. Vino 301 is offering wine tours

  • July 17 – Patapsco Valley Region
  • July 18 –  Heritage Region
  • July 19 –  Westminster Region
  • July 24 – Patapsco Valley Region
  • July 25  – Patapsco Valley Region
  • July 26 – Heritage Region

Whatever the occasion we hope you make the time to come out and celebrate wine week with the ones who know it best, Vino301.  You can book a tour Click Here

 

So, when you are dining out make sure you ask for Maryland wine.  Check out  Maryland Wine Week Schedule & Participating Vendors for more information.

Handcrafted Wine Racks

Purchasing wine can be an investment.  You want to make sure are properly storing your wine to maintain your investment. I have often dreamed about having a custom wine cellar. It is the ultimate in luxury.  However, most of us do not have the disposable income to build a wine cellar and have it installed in our home.

Do not despair, we have an alternative solution.  we can afford a handcrafted wine rack, or sports memorabilia made from vintage wood. A wine rack that is, in fact, compact and durable. Rich and Crystal Hill, the owners of Vintage Soul, have satisfied that need with their craftsmanship.sport racks

Vintage Soul, a company that began on a farm, has perfected in making durable wooden wine racks. Rich Hill has created masterpieces using his bare hands. You can customize your own wine rack to your own unique decor, beauty does come with a budget! For added flare, get the entire family involved with this project, it will create memories for generations to come along with a beautiful homemade wine rack!tier wine rack

If you are interested in getting a wine rack, or something for your man cave, you can contact him at: rcvintagesoul@gmail.com or 410-977-5575.

Contemporary Winery at Eat. Drink. Go Local Festival

In a competitive market wine companies are now going above and beyond their competitors to win over the crowd with unique twists to classic favorites. Most recently, wine vendors from around the local area came together at “Eat. Drink. Go local: North Beach,” to explore the different flavors of the robust Maryland area wineries.

 

The Winery at Olney won over the crowd with their exotic flavored wines expertly handcrafted to be the perfect balance of new and old flavors. In just three years, the have become the third largest producer of wine in the state. It must have something to do with their specialty fruity wines. At the Winery at Olney, they offer flavors such as peach chardonnay, blackberry merlot, and raspberry peach sangria. Who knew the perfect combination of those flavors would create such a delicious drink. tasting menu olney

 

In addition to their expertly crafted wines you have the power to create your own handcrafted masterpiece. Once you choose one of the thirty different wines they have to offer, you will mix, stir, and add yeast to your batch. You will then return four to five weeks later to create a label for your wines. Check out how to get started today!

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