Winery Tasting Room
Samples, glasses, and bottles. We have it all.
No Reservations Required.
Samples: Wine tastings are conducted daily starting at 11 a.m. With 18 wines in our cellar, we have something for every pallet. Tasting Fee: $1.00 per wine sampled
Glasses: Glasses of wine are available each and every day. We also will have sangria or mulled wine occasionally, depending on the weather and our whims.
Bottles: After a wine tasting, be sure to grab a few bottles of your favorites. Take them with you, or leave them with us while you explore town.
Group Tastings: Tastings for groups of 12 or less guests are conducted daily from 11 a.m. to noon. One party per day. Please call 410-745-0808 for availability.
Private Tastings: Private tastings and cocktail-style events are available for parties of 13 to 100 guests.
Please call 410-745-0808 for options and availability.
current hours: TUES & WED CLosed
mon, thurs, fri, & sat 11am to 5pm / sun 11am to 4pm
All of our tasting room activities are currently being offered indoors & out.
Limited seating is available both indoor and in the patio area.
No reservations are required.
- NO-CONTACT TASTINGS
- GLASSES OF WINE
- CARRYOUT BOTTLES
- BLEND OF THE DAY (by the glass)
NO-CONTACT TASTING BOXES
We currently have two no-contact tastings options, Dry and Sweet.
BOTH TASTINGS INCLUDE:
9 WINE SAMPLES FOR $10.
Customers receive all 9 samples packaged in a “tasting box” with a full list of wine descriptions.
Masks are required at all times
when not seated. Once seated,
masks may be removed for drinking.
TABLE MAX. 6 GUESTS
Parties of 6 or less that arrive together may sit together, 6-feet from other guests.
Please check back often as our services may change.
Reservations are not required, but can be made for our first seating of the day, at 11 a.m. To reserve a table at 11am please CLICK HERE.
If all tables are full when you arrive, we will gladly place you on our waitlist. Our staff will call you when a table is available. The waitlist is not call ahead.
SEATED SERVICE ONLY
Due to Maryland mandates, all
guests must be seated, not standing
or congregating at bars or tables.