• Spotlight on Crow’s 2014 Barbera

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    It has always been our intention to share with the public our sincere expression of who we are as local Kent County grape growers, and to create the best Maryland wine we can make.  We chose Barbera as it is known in the Piedmont area of Italy as the “Farmer’s grape” and the Barbera wine is enjoyed at dinner.  As farmers who enjoy growing Grass-fed Angus beef, we felt that the Barbera grape was a good choice for us to grow.  As visitors come to our farm and tasting room they are not sure if they want to try the Barbera, as it has a soft color, and once we encourage them to just give it a try they are blown away with the floral nose and the delightful flavor.

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  • Sip and Shop Crow at the Queenstown Premium Outlets

    Continuing their journey to address wine industry trends and bring quality local wines to a broader public the Crow family has opened Crow Wine Cellars at the Queenstown Premium Outlets on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The Crows were invited to open a Queenstown Premium outlets storefront by Simon which manages a number of successful premium outlet center. Considered as one of the leading lights in Maryland Wine by WYPR “Cellar Notes” co-host, Al Spoler, the Crows are excited to make local global.

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  • An Authentic Crow Experience: In-Home Wine Tastings

    Crow Launches In-Home Wine Tasting Packages

    Recognizing the growing in-home wine drinking trend, Crow Vineyard & Winery launched Crow In-Home Wine Tasting Packages.

    Crow fans can choose between three unique packages to taste premium Crow wines at home. These packages are perfect to craft your own in-home wine tasting event, special occasion, birthday, holiday or bridal party celebration!

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  • Strengthening the Community by Building Local Food Partnerships


    Crow Vineyard has been a fixture here in the community for three generations. As a working farm, it has provided agricultural commodities, beef, jobs, and now superb wine for all of us to enjoy. Judy and Roy Crow’s commitment to their family’s traditions, their craft, and their community lead inexorably to the decision to promote similar businesses rooted in the same locale and committed to the same high standards of quality, innovation, and community. It is through the dynamic promotion of local partnerships that those of us who make and sell locally produced quality food and drink can succeed and provide a better solution to food products made distantly by corporate behemoths with no commitment to our community.

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  • Local Wine Trends: Wine After Work

    Current Local Wine Trends

    As local wines become more and more popular we will provide updates on this trend. Local wine drinking used to be strictly winery premise based or a result of someone purchasing local wine as a trip memento or gift. But habits are changing as the millennials become a larger force in the wine drinking population. Here some on the verge trends:
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