Need a little getaway?
Check out our recent video on farmstay options Crow can offer you during these times:
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We are excited to announce we are finally open for outdoor seating!
At this time we will be taking reservations for outdoor seating for limited wine tastings, glasses, bottle service and lunch.
To read about our current protocols, and to look at a map of our seating areas prior to coming onto the property for a reservation, click here.
For curbside pick up call: 302.304.0551 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order.
At Crow, we offer a wide range of fresh, local products. We have 16 different wines that you can choose from (check out our Savor Shop for descriptions on each) and we raise grass-fed Angus beef. Our chickens supply us with fresh eggs each morning, but they go fast! We also keep Langenfelder Pork and Eve’s Cheese selections in stock.
Other local partner products: Aronia Jam, Crow Coffee Blend, and our very own Brothers’ Hemp oil, salve and flower.
Sometimes we have unique products like wine pasta sauces, wine pairing chocolates, salsa and more.
Give us a call and ask us about our products!
For a complete list of all that Crow has to offer, CLICK HERE!
We want to give a huge THANK YOU to all of our loyal customers and supporters.
You have helped us through these trying times tremendously. Please check out our Here For You virtual tour video produced by local videographer and photographer Andover Media!
View Video HERE
5/13 at 7PM ET
Wine Down Wednesday: Barbera Bash with Crow Vineyards
Join Laurie Forster, The Wine Coach for a virtual wine tasting of one her favorite red wine varietals–Barbera. A staple of life in Italy’s Piedmont region, Barbera can be made in a variety of styles including Rosé, Sparkling and of course RED. Learn more about this special varietal that is grown in Italy, Australia, California and Laurie’s home state of Maryland. Barbera has always been a favorite of the farmers and vineyards workers as it is easy to love and affordable making it the perfect choice for Judy and Roy Crow’s Farm Vineyard.
During the tasting, Laurie will showcase several Barbera based wines from Crow Vineyard & Winery in Kennedyville, MD alongside a traditional Barbera from Italy. Find out what makes this grape so delicious, food-friendly and why it should be on your go-to red wine list for spring as well as summer! Crow Vineyards winemaker, Michael Zollo, will join Laurie during the tasting to share the secrets to making great Barbera and answer your questions. Wines needed can be purchased from Crow Vineyard for pickup or shipped, or picked up at either Hair O’The Dog Wine & Spirits OR Bin 201.
Step 1: Click Here to purchase a pass for this class.
Step 2: Get the Wines!
HOW TO GET THEM:
Option 1: Pick-Up @ Crow
Option 2: Shipping
Please call or email us to purchase wines for Laurie’s virtual tasting:
This Mother’s Day think LOCAL!
We’ve teamed up with several local partners in putting together 2 super unique Mother’s Day Gift Baskets.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 08, 2020
The Chalk Report
Sunday, April 5th
By Andrew Chalk
The thing that grabs your attention when you look at the Maryland wine industry is that it is in a state of volatile flux. Simultaneously growing and pivoting, it renders any description at risk of being overtaken by the facts. In just the last decade, the number of wineries increased 250%, grape acreage more than 70%, the grape blend shifted decisively towards vinifera from hybrids, and Maryland wines began speaking for themselves by regularly winning medals at national wine competitions.
Most portraits of the industry lay it on heavily with the history. However, in this case, it is superfluous since Rebecca McCarthy’s Maryland Wine: A Full-Bodied History has already done this with depth and style that renders any other attempt liable to pale into triteness and inadequacy. The only thing to add to her 2012 edition is that it is nearly a decade old and lots has happened since its timeline stopped.
SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY
TTB (the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau) data show over 125 bonded wineries in Maryland in 2017 vs. 40 in 2007. Table 1 shows that the bearing and non-bearing acreage under vine increases from 299 in 2002 to 1100 in 2019.
To our loyal and future guests, Crow Vineyard & Winery is still open and operating at this time!
Thankfully, as a farm-winery we are considered essential businesses and allowed to remain open, and truthfully, we still have a lot of pruning to do with the vines heading towards bud-break and wines needing to be bottled. We are a working family farm with a small, tight-knit staff and we are encouraging our staff to take health and safety precautions, should they feel any measure of sickness, they should stay home. We would like to see that same measure being taken throughout our community to prevent spreading of the virus.
Cleanliness is a large factor in this, we are sanitizing surfaces and product packages regularly, stocking bathrooms and our Tasting Room areas with the necessary items needed to follow protocol on handwashing and sanitizing and wearing gloves throughout packaging, payment and handling.
Curbside pick-up and delivery –
What we are offering now:
If visiting the farm is still not a viable option for you, we can make deliveries to the following area:
Just call or email us your order of Crow products (wine, beef, cheese, etc.), have a minimum of $75.00 for your order, and we will schedule an appropriate delivery time!
(Discounts do not apply to home deliveries).
View Crow Products Here
We look forward to serving you in any way we can!
The Crow Family and Staff