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New wine trail opening in Brandywine

 

Brandywine, MD - Romano Vineyard & Winery, Janemark Winery & Vineyard, Gemeny Winery and Vineyards, and Robin Hill Farm and Vineyards are pleased to announce their collaboration with the Maryland Wineries Association information of the Legacy Wine Trail. The newest wine trail in the state, currently encompasses the four family owned and operated wineries located in Brandywine, Prince George’s County, Maryland.


The trail will be launched on March 17, mid-way into the much-celebrated statewide
Maryland Wine Month “The Legacy Wine Trail celebrates our state’s newest collection of wineries,” said Kevin Atticks, executive director of the Maryland Wineries Association. “Visitors can experience four of our newest wineries while traversing the trail, all within minutes of each other.”


Those who wish to join the wineries on the day of the trail opening can participate in the Legacy Wine Trail Debut Celebration on March 17 from 12 – 6 pm. This special event will feature an open house at each winery on the trail that will include a tasting of five wines and a souvenir gift at each location. Guests can sip their way around the trail, while filling their bags at each winery location. Tickets available on this website.


“We are proud to have the closest cluster of wineries in the state, here in Prince
George’s County,” said Kim Rush Lynch, Agriculture Marketing Specialist for
University of Maryland Extension in Prince George’s County. “The Legacy Wine Trail
is a nod to the rich history and culture of tobacco in Prince George’s County, but with
a new diversified and delicious twist.”


The wineries of the Legacy Wine Trail are pleased to be a part of the Maryland Wineries Association, which strives to support a sustainable wine community throughout Maryland, and to grow its impact on agriculture, tourism, preservation and economic development.

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