Wine Enthusiast magazine tipped its hat to Maryland’s growing wine industry with a recent article about the state’s “wine renaissance.”
The piece, “Maryland’s Wine Regions on the Rise” by Dave McIntyre, notes the growth of wineries in Maryland and lays out the driving forces behind the boom, including the expansion of estate wineries, as well as local vintners’ experimentation with unique varietals and styles of wine that are novel in the region.
McIntyre focused on the two regions where wineries are flourishing: Central Maryland and the area surrounding the Chesapeake Bay. He highlighted both younger players and stalwarts in Maryland wine, including Fiore Winery, Old Westminster Winery, Boordy Vineyards and Big Cork Vineyards.
Read the full article from The Baltimore Sun.