Hi guys! Hope you are healthy and well. I have part 2 of my Maryland Wine Adventure for you! If you missed my first part take a look here!
Our first stop for the day was Crow Vineyard and Winery. Crow is a third generation working farm and winery. On top of the winery, they offer grass-fed Angus beef, as well their Farmstay Bed & Breakfast. If you are a Maryland Wine Pass Cardholder, you receive a complementary tasting of the Vidal Blanc, Chardonnay, and Barbera, 10% off bottles and a tour of the winery. Some of our favorites from their extensive list were their Sauvignon Blanc, Vintner’s Select Red, and the Sparkling Vidal Blanc. We had such a lovely afternoon sipping wine and chatting with Abril, our tasting attendant, and Judy, the owner. Crow also has a second location, Crow Wine Cellars. The second location is at the Queenstown Premium Outlets. If you visit here, you get 10% off bottles with the Maryland Wine Pass!
On the way back to Richmond, we made one more stop at Robin Hill Farm and Winery. Robin Hill is a family owned and operated farm winery that produces about 1,000 cases a year. Robin Hill has been family farmed since 1955 and the newly renovated winery was a tobacco barn that has been on the property since 1957. Robin Hill offers Maryland Wine Pass Cardholders buy one, get one free tastings. Tastings are $12 for a flight of 9 wines.
I am so blessed this trip was able to happen before all the wineries were told to close. Corvid-19 really has made an impact in all of our lives. Keep supporting local and remember these wineries when you need wine!