The Virginia Grape
Crow Vineyard & Winery

​As of this writing, there are only about 70 wineries in Maryland. In the context of the greater Mid Atlantic Region, there are about ten of those wineries that fall into an elite top tier. One of those cutting-edge producers is Crow Vineyard and Winery on the Eastern Shore. Read More

Crow Farmstay B&B Listed as one of 
50 Farm Stay Vacation Spots for Families in Each State
Parents Magazine

If you're looking for a vacation spot that allows your kids to roam free in wide-open pastures, hang with animals, and slow down and really connect with the natural world, consider a farm stay. Read More


One of our favorite things about the Eastern Shore is the incredible amount of small, locally owned businesses. We love sharing stories and news about these businesses with you, our readers. We get especially excited when these local business owners team up to benefit the entire community. Crow Vineyard & Winery is doing just that with their annual CrowFest event. Read More

Something to Crow About

Recognized as one of the fastest growing wine regions in Maryland, the Eastern Shore supplies roughly a quarter of the grapes used in Maryland wine production. Beyond growing grapes, Shore landowners and farmers have established wineries, B&Bs and tasting rooms to feature vintages that are starting to turn heads and attracting a new crowd of wine enthusiasts from more established wine outposts in Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic and beyond. [Read more]

Crow Farm and Vineyard and the Chesapeake Wine Trail

The Crow farm, vineyard and farmstay bed and breakfast makes for an ideal day trip while investigating the Chesapeake Wine Trail or weekend away at their bed and breakfast.

WYPR Wine Cellar Notes

"Crow Vineyards and Winery, in Kent County (operating only since 2010), dazzled the judges with a delicious Barbera Rosé."

Crow Winery Brings Home Statewide Distinctions

"While the average connoisseur might consider a premium dry wine from Maryland unthinkable, Crow Vineyard makes doubtful heads nod with pleasant surprise. Kent County’s first and only winery, located on a family-owned-and-operated Eastern Shore farm, brought home several prestigious awards from the 23rd Annual Maryland Governor’s Cup. "
Chestertown Spy article>

Crow Farm & Vineyard featured as a "B&B Winery to Savor"

"After enjoying a few sips, you can explore the picturesque rolling hills and walk vineyard paths surrounding the inn."

via the Huffington Post

Kent County wines garner rave reviews

"Crow wines - a rose, vidal, blanc and sparkling vidal - aren't just notable for their taste; they are the landmark products of Kent County's first winery."

see Kent County News online

Five days, four states: the east coast tour.

"...(re vidal blanc from Crow Vineayrd & Winery) there isn’t any sweetness in my glass – just a ripe fruitness that is balanced with a refreshing acidity."

see Vinoteca online

Upper Shore Wineries Making an Impact

"Crow Vineyard & Winery - featured recently at Chestertown’s Imperial Hotel at the choice of known discerning sommelier, Joe Dolce, Crow’s Rosé became one of the first Maryland wines carried at a Chestertown venue."

see Chestertown Spy online

Farm Dinners on the Shore Enter Third Season

"Farm Dinners on the Shore will also return to Crow Farm in Kennedyville , timed for the debut of the white and rose wines of Crow Vineyard July 13 and 14. Reservations for the Crow Farm Dinner Series will be available mid-June."

see Chestertown Spy online

 Painter seeks western Maryland barn for mural...

"Artist Bill Dunlap commissioned by the University of Maryland to paint murals on barns throughout the state, chooses Crow Farm as site..."
see mural story in Chestertown Spy

A Family Affair: Harvesting The Grapes at Crow Farm

"If all goes according to plan, wine from Kent County’s first winery, Crow Vineyard, will be ready to drink in spring of 2012."
see Chestertown Spy online