Wines

Wineries

Artisans

Food Purveyors

It all happens on September 16-17, 2017 • Westminster, Maryland

150+ Maryland Wines

Sample from an incredible variety of local wines from across the great state of Maryland!

VIP Explorer Pass

Get a larger tasting glass, samples of an additional 40 exclusive wines, VIP restrooms and more.

Local Cheese Pavilion

Sample fine artisanal cheeses produced by creameries right here in Maryland.

Juried Artisans

Art, crafts and other handmade items are available from local artisans.

Live Music

Live music on the stage from local and regional band playing jazz, folk and ’80s covers.

Local Food Purveyors

Enjoy everything from oysters to crabcakes, falafel to gyros, gourmet jerky to brick-oven pizza.

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Festival Details

Saturday, September 16 • 10am – 6pm
Sunday, September 17 • 11am – 6pm

VIP EXPLORER PASS
$50 Saturday / $45 Sunday
Commemorative 16 oz. tasting glass with sampling, plus: Sample 40+ additional exclusive wines; Access to Hilltop Hangout with shaded seating, bottled water and private restrooms; Participate in the 5th Annual Maryland Throwdown—a blind tasting competition. *There is no food included in Explorer Pass. We encourage you to patronize the many excellent culinary artisans at the event. BUY NOW!

GENERAL ADMISSION
$30 Saturday / $25 Sunday
Commemorative wine festival glass with sampling. BUY NOW!

DESIGNATED DRIVER & CHILDREN
$20 Designated Drivers & Children age 13 to 20 Children age 12 and under free with paying adult. BUY NOW!

GROUP PRE-SALES
$20.00 (Valid Sunday only) Group must be 20 or more and all tickets must be purchased at the same time. Tickets are good Sunday only. They are sold online only through Sept.1, 2017. Designated Driver, Explorer Passes and children’s tickets are not part of the group sales. Ticketholders can upgrade to the Explorer Pass on site the day of the event for an additional fee.

CHARTER BUS
Groups that are coming to the event by charter bus must contact the Museum at 800-654-4645 or EMAIL ccfarm@ccg.carr.org no later than Sept. 5, 2017 for drop-off rules and parking restrictions.

Wineries

Basignani Winery
Bodegas González Ruggiero
Boordy Vineyards
Bordeleau Winery
Cove Point Winery
Dragonfly Farms
Elk Run Vineyards
Far Eastern Shore Winery
Fiore Winery
Fridays Creek Winery
Great Frogs Winery
Great Shoals Winery
Knob Hall Winery
Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery
Linganore Winecellars
Olney Winery
Orchid Cellar Meadery and Winery
Port of Leonardtown Winery
Royal Rabbit Vineyards
Running Hare Vineyard
Solomons Island Winery
St. Michaels Winery
The Urban Winery
Turkey Point Vineyard
Winecream

+PLUS MORE in the VIP Explorer Pass / Hilltop Hangout

Creameries in the Cheese Pavilion

Firefly Farms

High Country Creamery

Shepherds Manor Creamery

Whispering Breeze Farm

Food Purveyors

BricknFire Pizza Company

Chesapeake Foods

Convenience Catering

Ekiben

Four Seasons Concessions

Friendly Farm Restaurant

Genova’s to Go

Goganics Organic Food Truck

Hoffman’s PA Dutch Funnel Cakes

Island Quizine

Knights of Columbus

Maryland Cheesecake Company Inc.

Maui Wowi Hawaiian Smoothies

Mediterranean Basil Salt

Mr. & Mrs. Jerky

Mt. Airy Kiwanis

Myra’s New Orleans Food

Nectar of the Vine

Old Fashioned Kettle Corn

Rock Salt Grille

Salerno’s Restaurant & Catering

Stone House Cakery

The Ice Cream Lady

Timi’s Greek and Middle Eastern Food

Artisans

A Bead Apart Jewelry

Alpacas of Windswept Farms

Amazing Handmade Dresses

Andiland Studio

Artistic Accessories

Ashby’s Agates

Baker’s Delite

Bent Wrapped and Hammered

Bev’s Nuts

Bill’s Sports & Crafts

Bob Paulding Photography

Cabin Creations

Canal View Candle & Barrel Company

Collana de Vino

Dan the Swing Man

Dancing Hands Jewelry

Davidus Cigars

DBA Firewood Treasures

Fran Ngong Organic Bodycare

Freed Spirits

Gourmet Steve

Grannies Attic

Great Moments

Irish Lass Glass by Sinéad Moss

JBC Woodcraft

JJ Sportswear

Kurbaga Artisans

LulaRoe Nicole Shearer

Reed Designs Creative Renaissance

Oil & Vinegar

Originals By Zaida

Popping Off Wine Bag Corks

Richard Kaish Designs

R&R Fine Art Photography

Shiloh Pottery

Sunflower Trading Company

Sweet and Salty Accessories

The Art of Belle

The Candy Striper Gift Shop & Wellness Boutique

The Enchanted Jewelers

The Maryland Store

Toll House Studio

Tom’s Cabin

Uniontown Rainbow Pottery

Wine Bottle Art

Bands

Saturday’s Entertainment

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Foreplay
2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Reagan Years

Sunday’s Entertainment

11:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Jah Works
2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wylde Fire

Explore What’s Happening in Local Wine

Super high quality wine is being grown throughout the state. Styles encompass all palate preferences, from deep Bordeaux and Italian reds to spritely Albariños and Grüner Veltliners, and from sweet reds to fruit wines, ciders and meads.

Come to Explore

Where else can you go deep and figure out if you like oaky or stainless-steel fermented Chardonnays or explore Cabernet Franc, Barbera or Petit Verdot? The Maryland Wine Festival is your place.

Come to Purchase

Many of the wines are still hard to find, available only at the wineries or to their wine club members. The festival in ideal place to stock up on new favorites…you might never see them again!

Come to Enjoy

There’s so much to do at The Maryland Wine Festival, including listening to the wonderful live bands, exploring the hand-picked artisans and trying food from local and regional purveyors.

Location & Parking

Historic Location

The Carroll County Farm Museum hosts the festival in a bulolic setting with a historic farm house, numerous barns, and animals.
500 S. Center Street
Westminster, MD 21157
410-386-3880

Parking

Parking is available on site, with free handicapped-accessible shuttle bus service available from Carroll Community College (on Route 32) and the Carroll County Office Building located at 225 N. Center Street, Westminster, MD 21157.

We look forward to seeing you!

Contact Us

Carroll County Farm Museum
500 S. Center St.
Westminster, MD 21157
800-654-4645
ccfarm@ccg.carr.org