Crow Farm is a 365 acre working farm that has been in the Crow Family for 3 generations located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
2008 – Roy & Judy Crow developed a business plan that outlined many exciting changes for the family farming operation that sought to revitalize and create an agri-tourism destination.
2009 – Renovations were made on the 1847 farm house to create Crow Farmstay B&B. The farmstay opens the farm for guests to visit and experience rural life first-hand. The farmingoperations include: corn production, grass-fed Angus beef, a small flock of chickens, dogs, and cats, along with hay and other grains used to sustain the animals on the farm.
2010 – The Crows, as pioneers in rural Kent County, saw the vision that growing grapes was something that would fit well with their revitalization. Brandon Hoy, their son, was hired as the Vineyard Manager. Crow’s 10 acre vineyard is managed with attention to detail which is paramount for quality grape growing. Quality wines begin with quality grapes.
2011 – Under the direction of John Levenberg, a consultant winemaker, the Crow’s built 5,000 case per year state of the art winery. This allowed them to develop their style of creating wines.They aimed to create wines that convey a sense of plate. Aspiring to preserve the look and feel of the original farm, the Crow’s made renovations using existing farming structures to create the winery and tasting room.
2014 – Catrina North was hired as the first full-time winemaker, who understands the need to grow and purchase high quality local grapes to craft Crow wines. Under her direction, Crow wines are winning awards not only statewide, but in National and International Competitions.
The Crows are committed to ensuring that the public has an opportunity to experience the farm. They strive to promote agri-tourism and to bring visitors to the eastern shore.
12441 Vansant Corner Rd. Kennedyville, Md. 21645
Phone: 410-648-5687 website: crowvineyardandwinery.com