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Where do the grapes/ fruits come from? 

We source our grapes locally across the state, mainly from the Eastern Shore and Westminster. For our hard ciders, we use fruit from Heyser Farms, Baugher's Orchard, and other local farms. Visit our About page for a list of our farm partnerships. 


What are the differences between a hard cider, a fruit wine, and a traditional wine? 

Hard ciders are made from either apples or pears and have an alochol content of 8% or lower. A fruit wine can be made from any kind of fruit (other than grapes) and may have a higher alcohol content. However, we often refer to our fruit wines as hard ciders because they are made in the same method. 

The term traditional wine means that it is made of grapes and only grapes. 

What are your volunteering opportunities?

If you're interested in getting involved with the winery, we would love to have you! Check out our current volunteering opportunities here, or email


Can I bring my dog?

 Dogs are welcome on our outdoor patio area only. We can't allow them inside (except for service animals). 


                I purchased tickets on Groupon/LivingSocial- how can I use them?                                

Just come in any time during our normal business hours and let us know you have  Groupon, and we'll take care of you. 


   Do I need to make a reservation? 

                   Nope! Just come in any time during our business hours. 

     What is a tasting flight? 

A tasting flight consists of 6 pours of different wines, fruit wines, and/or ciders. 


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