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Wine Off The Vine Wine Trails & Tasting Events

Wine Trails & Tasting Events

Wine’ing Maryland is your personal calendar of wine tasting activities in Maryland occurring over the weekend.  The upcoming weekend’s events are published every Thursday.  Send us your event or share events with us and we will posted.  Click here to Contact Us   Check out Wine Trails Events and many more events that can be a part of your weekend. Wine Trails

Type of Activities

  • Free Activities
  • Charitable Events
  • Family Events
  • Festivals
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Food & Wine Tasting Events

November 18 – November 20, 2016 Events



Free Activities

Live Music at Big Cork Vineyard

November 18, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

November 19 – 20, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Rohrersville, MD


Live Music at Running Hare Vineyard

November  19 -20,  1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Prince Frederick, MD


Seasonal Saturday at Dejon Vineyard

November 19, 12:00 noon – 5:00 pm

Hydes, MD


Trucks ‘N’ Tunes at Boordy Vineyard

November 19 – 20, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Hydes, MD


Purple Sundays Ravens Games at Harford Vineyard

November 20, 12:00 noon – 5:00 pm

Forest Hill, MD


Charitable Events



Family Events






Arts & Crafts

Art Painting Event at Royal Rabbit Vineyards

November 18, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Cost: $40.00

Parkton, MD


Wine Glass Paint Night and Wine

November 18,  6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Cost: $35

Westminster, MD


Food & Wine Tasting Events



Meet the Winemakers at Chateau Bu-De Bohemia Manor Farm

November 17,  3:00 pm

Cost: $35

Chesapeake City, MD


Ladies Night at Dejon Vineyard

November 18, 6:30 pm

Cost: $10

Hydes, MD


Patapsco Wine Region Tour

November 19, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Cost: $87

Baltimore, MD


Wine off the Vine at Multiple Maryland Vineyards

November 19- 20, 12:00 noon – 5:00 pm

Cost: $20

Harford and Baltimore County Vineyards

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Maryland’s Cider and Mead Wines

Maryland’s ciders and meads are growing in popularity. More and more cidermakers are opening tasting rooms in Maryland.  Its popularity is due to the diverse styles of ciders and meads. Cider is no longer limited to a warm mulled beverage.  Cider styles vary similar to traditional wine styles.  Cider wines are sweet, semi-sweet, dry and sparkling.

Millstone Cellars (Monkton, MD) ciders and meads are non-traditional, dry ciders. Millstone ciders are complex and flavorful. With every taste, you will experience and enjoy different flavors.  If you are not use to this style of cider, try using the cider as a base for cocktails instead of a spirit.  It is a refreshing change to your traditional cocktail.

Cidermakers are not only using apples.  Maryland ciders are made with pears, strawberries, and other seasonal fruits.  Great Shoals Winery (Silver Spring, MD) Bartlett Pear sparkling wine is a fan favorite at wine festivals.  It can be served with most appetizers and entrees.

Do not be surprised if you are served mead wine with your pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving dinner. Mead is made with honey.  It is honey wine.  It is often prepared as a dessert wine.  Orchid Cellar (Middletown, MD) has a selection of mead dessert wines that pair well with most desserts.  However, mead is not a one trick pony and is made in a semi-sweet style as well.

Vino 301 wine tours visits some cider and mead tasting rooms. Give ciders and meads a try this fall on a wine tours or serve Maryland’s ciders and meads during the holidays.

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