Frederick Wine Trail: Celebrating 10 Years
Celebrating 10 years of the Frederick Wine Trails. The Frederick Wine Trail has been Maryland’s “trailblazer” since its formation in 2007 as the first wine trail in the state. At that time, six Frederick County wineries decided to pool their talents and resources to publicize and promote the wines of Frederick.
Vino 301 created a special all-inclusive wine to commemorate this 10-year anniversary. On July 8 and 9, take a wine tasting tour to Frederick’s wineries. The wine tour will include:
- Enjoy tasting the best wine Maryland has to offer
- Transportation to vineyards and breweries
- Light snacks and beverages
- All tasting fees are included**
- Receive collectible wine glass and tote bag
Wine Tasting Tour – July 8, 2017 • Mead, Cider, Spirits, and Wine Tour – July 9, 2017
Participating Vineyards and Wineries
Elk Run Vineyards, Hidden Hills Farm and Vineyard, Linganore Winecellars, Loew Vineyards, Orchid Cellars Meadery and Winery, and the Springfileld Manor Winery & Distillery.
** Tasting fees are complimentary when you present your Roaring 20’s Frederick Wine Trail Ticket
Make a weekend. Courtyard Marriott providing hotel rooms.
The Glass Half Full package features a wonderful day of Vino 301’s winery tours with lunch and transportation provided along the Antietam and Frederick Wine Trails at the Inn Boonsboro ( Boonsboro, MD).
Upon returning to the Inn, guests will enjoy dinner at Dan’s Taphouse, a double feature movie showing in their room, and take home souvenirs with a vineyard theme. The package is available for any guest staying Wednesday – Sunday and includes a late brunch option for those guests who’d prefer to sleep in.
Antietam and Frederick Wine Trail vineyards: Big Cork Vineyard, Red Heifer Vineyard, Catoctin Breeze, Springfield Manor Vineyard and Distillery, Knob Hall Vineyard and Orchid Cellars
About the Inn Boonsboro
Inn Boonsboro may be western Maryland’s newest boutique hotel, but the history of the grand property at the corner of North Main and St. Paul in Boonsboro, Maryland begins just after the American Revolution.
Nora Roberts, New York Times bestselling author and a longtime resident of nearby Keedysville, and her husband, Bruce Wilder, owns the Inn Boonsboro. Mr. Wilder owns Turn the Page Bookstore and Café directly across Main Street from the hotel. The store hosts book signings throughout the year to give readers a chance to meet Nora.