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Originally named 29 vines, the Above Ground Winery offers Exit Strategy Chardonnay, Sweet Rebecca Red, and Wild River Red wines. The downtown tasting room was closed in 2013, but they host samplings at various farmer's markets in Virginia.
Sully's Comedy Cellar features comedians from Comedy Central, HBO, Last Comic Standing, Leno and Letterman. They also allow individuals to produce their own show by bringing a comedian to perform their comedic set.
Enjoy the beauty of a 56 acre vineyard and sample fine De Chaunac, Seyval Blanc and Marchel Foch wines while enjoying a wine tasting tour of Smith family owned and operated Meredyth Vineyards in the heart of Virginia's wine country.
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37251C East Richardson Lane, Purcellville, VA 20132 MoreLess Info
Powering its distillery with solar energy, Catoctin Creek Distillery produces a variety of spirits in D.C's wine country. In the tasting room, visitors can sample from a selection of whiskey, brandy, and cocktails.
Wine tastings at The Boxwood Winery are the main draw to the site since there are no tours of the vineyards or the wine cellar itself. The location also has a wine bar that serves Boxwood wines and other wines from around the world.
The first commercial vineyard in Virginia was the Piedmont Vineyards & Winery. The small and homey winery remains a favorite stop along the Virginia wine trail and holds regular tastings that involve knowledgeable servers.
Farm enthusiasts and historians enjoy visiting the Dickinson Gorsuch Farm Museum. The museum features a barn and silo to tour, as well as historic farmland, and displays thousands of artifacts depicting the rich agricultural past of Cockeysville.
What sets the Hill Craft Winery apart from other wineries is the teaching and tasting bar that overlooks the entire wine production area. The winery has a $0 tour fee as well as a 'Vintner Program' that lets individuals learn about wine in small groups.
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70 Church Street, Prince Frederick, MD 20678 MoreLess Info
With the goal of preserving the county's local history, Calvert County Historical Society presents a collection of artifacts for visitors to view in its museum. The society is run by local volunteers and is supported by gift shop purchases.