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2015 Wine Tours: More Wineries, More Tours

Vino 301 Wine Concierge’s 2015 Maryland  Regional Wine Tours schedule is available. Our tour season begins April 18, 2015.  This year we added more vineyards to the Regional Tours schedule. Big Cork Vineyard, Springfield Manor, Great Frogs, Romano Vineyard, Rockland Farm and Linganore are the vineyards added to our schedule.   The weekend starts earlier this year. You now can book Friday wine tours beginning in May. Saturday and Sunday tours are still available.

 Our knowledgeable Tour Ambassadors take you on a wonderful journey through Maryland’s wine regions. The wine tours visit vineyards in Baltimore, Washington, Prince George’s, Montgomery, Harford, Carroll, Frederick, Anne Arundel and Calvert Counties.

We are so excited about the 2015 season.  We have added another cider venue to our wine tours. Millstone Cellars, Monkton, MD, has been apart of the Patapsco Valley wine region tour. This year we are visiting Distillery Lane Cider in Washington County. Vino 301 is excited that we can share not only wine, but cider with you.

To learn more about Maryland Wine Tours Visit Maryland Wine Tours

Vino 301 Wine Regions
Westminster/Mountainview Wine Region 
  • Black Ankle Vineyard
  • Big Cork Vineyards
  • Distillery Lane Ciderworks
  • Linganore Wine Cellar
  • Old Westminster Vineyard
  • Rockland Farms
  • Serpent Ridge  Vineyard & Winery
  • Springfield Manor

 

Heritage Wine Region 
  • Fridays Creek Vineyard & Winery
  • Great Frogs
  • Perigeaux Vineyard & Winery
  • Romano Vineyard & Winery
  • Running Hare Vineyard
  • Thanksgiving Farm

 

Patapsco Valley Wine Region
  • Basignani Vineyard
  • Boordy Vineyards
  • Dejon Vineyard
  • Fiore Winery
  • Harford Vineyard & Winery
  • Millstone Cellars
  • Royal Rabbit Vineyards

VINO 301 WINE CONCIERGE PARTNERS WITH MARYLAND WINE ASSOCIATION TO PROVIDE GUIDED TOURS TO MD VINEYARDS

Maryland Passport Experience

This is not your average wine tour!   Maryland Wine Association  Passport Experience gets you exclusive access to all of the participating wineries on any of the 6 Maryland wine trails February 21 – 22 and February 28 – March 1, 2015.  Ticket holders will be privy to a free wine tasting and  behind-the-scene experience at each winery, a commemorative wine glass and 10% off all bottles that are just too good to leave without.  It also gets you discounts and promotions to several local attractions, hotels, restaurants and shopping centers so you may fully immerse yourself in all that each region has to offer. You purchase your Passport ticket directly from the Maryland Wine Association Passport Experience.   The ticket grants you access to all participating vineyards and wineries over both weekends.

Vino 301 Guided Tours for Maryland Passport Experience


Vino 301 Wine Concierge is your personal guide along the Passport Experience wine trails.   We are happy to partner with Passport Experience and provide a guided tour to ALL six Maryland wine trails. Enjoy your adventure to Maryland’s wine country without worrying about driving.

 

Your tour is lead by Vino 301 Tour Ambassador. Vino 301 provides the transportation  and a light snacks during ride so  you experience the rich and unique culture that each region has to offer.  Your journey begins when we pick you up at designated location and your adventures begins enjoying locally-produced wine.  Participate purchase an $60 ticket with Vino 301 Wine Concierge at Passport Experience Guided Tour Tickets

Maryland Wine Trails & Participating Vineyards

Antietam Highlands Wine Trail (Washington County)

  • Big Cork Vineyards
  • Distillery Lane Ciderworks
  • Orchid Cellar
  • Winery Knob Hall Winery
  • Red Heifer Winery

Carroll Wine Trail (Carroll County)

  • Cygnus Wine Cellars
  • Serpent Ridge Vineyard & Winery

Chesapeake Wine Trail (Kent, Cecil, Queen Anne, and Talbot Counties)

  • Cassinelli Winery
  • Clovelly Vineyard
  • Crow Farm
  • Layton’s Chance Vineyard
  • St. Michael’s Winery
  • Triple Creek Winery
  • Turkey Point Vineyard

Frederick Wine Trail (Montgomery and Frederick Counties)

  • Great Shoals Winery
  • Linganore Wine Cellars
  • Rockland Farm Winery
  • The Winery at Olney

Patuxent Wine Trail (Prince George’s, Calvert, St. Mary’s Counties)

  • Cove Point Winery
  • Fridays Creek Vineyard & Winery
  • Perigeaux Vineyard & Winey
  • Port of Leonardtown
  • Romano Vineyard & Winery
  • Running Hare Vineyard
  • Slack Vineyard
  • Solomons Island Winery

Piedmont Wine Trail (Baltimore and Harford Counties)

  • Boordy Vineyards
  • Dejon Vineyard
  • Fiore Winery
  • Harford Vineyard & Winery
  • Millstone Cellars
  • Royal Rabbit Vineyards
  • Woodhall Wine Cellars

Chesapeake Wine Trail

Maryland wine region is growing along Maryland’s Eastern Shore. “Six wine trails now lace Maryland’s countryside and the Chesapeake Wine Trail on the Eastern Shore is poised to play a significant part in the new Vintage Atlantic Wine Region, along with Delaware, Pennsylvania, and southern New Jersey,” according to the Talbot Spy. You can travel along the Chesapeake Wine Trail and try wines from 14 vineyards and wineries. Vino 301 can arrange a wine tour for you and your group to Maryland’s Eastern Shore. For more information check out Talbot Spy article. Maryland’s Chesapeake Wine Trail

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Vino 301 Wine Tour at Mark Casica Vineyard

Sunday Sips Wine Tasting with DMVino Meetup

DMVino hosted a wine tasting event at Adega Winecellars in Silver Spring on Sunday, August 17.  Sarita Cheaves, wine blogger for Vine Me Up,  captured the event in her latest blog.  Click here to read about the event and check out the pictures http:// www.vinemeup.com/2014/08/sunday-sips-adega.html

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