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Teliani Valley: Outstanding Values from a Modern Georgian Winery

Posted on November 30 2020

The country of Georgia has the world’s oldest winemaking tradition, over 8,000 years, yet they’re new to many consumers.  Georgian wines are increasingly appreciated by wine enthusiasts and the trade owing to their uniqueness and excellent quality to price ratios. Wines … Continue reading

The Vineyards at Dodon: Organic Viticulture in Practice

Posted on November 19 2020

Tom Croghan of the Vineyards at Dodon is a physician, a cellular immunologist and now, a winemaker. Tom’s theory is that “wine is the product of our relationship with nature”.  And his background in medicine has transitioned to his belief that … Continue reading

Selections from Portugal: Affordable Current Releases

Posted on November 18 2020

Portugal is home to 400 varieties of grapes, many of which make delicious wines and most of which are unfamiliar to the average consumer.  In this article, we review some current releases of white and red blends of Portuguese grape varieties … Continue reading

Mt. Airy’s Black Ankle Vineyards: Maryland’s Vinous Star

Posted on November 16 2020

When Ed Boyce and Sarah O’Herron established Black Ankle Vineyards near Mt. Airy, Maryland,  in 2002, little did they know it would become one of the East Coast’s premiere wineries. Today, they’ve developed a cult following, a large and growing wine … Continue reading

New Releases from Maryland’s Linganore Winecellars

Posted on November 11 2020

Founded in 1976 in Mt. Airy, Linganore is Maryland’s oldest estate vineyard and winery. With 80 acres of vineyards nestled on 230 acres of rolling countryside and an annual production of 40 thousand cases, Linganore is also Maryland’s largest winery. … Continue reading

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