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  • Crow Earns Best In Class, Gold, Silver, Bronze at MD Comptroller’s Cup

    Best in Show: Big Cork Vineyards • Viognier 2019

    Best in Class

    White Blend: Crow Vineyard & Winery • Reserve White Blend 2016

    Gold

    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Reserve White Blend 2016

    Silver

    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Chardonnay 2016

    Bronze

    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Merlot 2016
    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Sparkling Vidal Blanc NV
    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Vidal Blanc 2020

    To view all the full list of wineries that earned medals click here!

    More information to come.

  • Crow Back in the Swing of Things

    Maryland winery and its Farmstay B&B ‘getting back into the swing’ of things

    Crow Vineyard & Winery sits on a 365-acre working farm in Kennedyville, in Maryland’s Kent County.

    It’s located a few miles from Chestertown, the county seat, and less than an hour and a half drive from Philadelphia. Baltimore is due west, on the other side of the Chesapeake Bay. The winery address is 12441 Vansants Corner Road.

    Like many East Coast wineries, it’s a family-run business in a rural setting. It opened in 2012.

    What makes it unique are the Farmstay B&B that sits on the property and the fresh Angus grass-fed beef that’s for sale there. Few wineries possess either let alone both. In addition, there are days like this coming Sunday set aside for hayrides, and the winery just started offering picnic packs (two mini bottles of wine and a cheese tray for $40).

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  • Judy Crow Elected MWA President

    MWA Board Elects New Officers

    Three new Board members Elected to Leadership Roles

    The Maryland Wineries Association Board of Directors has elected officers to lead the organization through 2021.

    • President: Judy Crow, Crow Vineyards – Kennedyville, Kent Co.
    • Vice President: Adam Fizyta, Catoctin Breeze Vineyard – Thurmont/Frederick Co.
    • Treasurer: Kimberly Johnson, Philosophy Winery – Baltimore City
    • Secretary: Karen Seppi, Love Point Vineyards – Stevensville, Queen Anne’s County

    “This executive committee represents a variety of business models, providing a great foundation for our work ahead,” said Kevin Atticks, MWA’s executive director.

    “After many pivots and changes last year due to COVID, I am confident that the Maryland wine industry will flourish,” said Judy Crow, who has served as president since 2018, and was asked to continue in the role in an acting capacity, pending a bylaws change. “There are so many talented and committed Board member that work tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure that any obstacles that we may encounter can be overcome.”

    Adam Fizyta’s Catoctin Breeze Vineyard has earned two Comptroller’s Cup Best in Show awards in the last three years. Kimberly Johnson is co-owner of Maryland’s first African American women-owned winery in Maryland. Karen Seppi is co-owner of one of Maryland’s newest wineries, which began selling wines during COVID. All three joined the Board in January.

    The organization’s primary goals are to promote and grow the Maryland wine industry.

    Kevin Atticks, Executive Director
    Maryland Wineries Association

  • March is Maryland Wine Month

    March is Maryland Wine Month!

    Join us in celebrating Maryland Wine Month by attending one of our March events!

    Sunday, March 7th // Spring Hayride & Tasting // 1pm – 3pm

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    Sunday, March 14th // Myrtle’s Birthday // 12pm – 5pm

    REGISTER
    Donations to The Animal Care Shelter for Kent County
    gets you a complimentray tasting!
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    Saturday, March 20th // Wine & Oyster Pairing with Orchard Point Oyster Co. // 12pm – 5:30pm

    REGISTER
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    Sunday, March 28th // Spring Hayride & Tasting // 1pm – 3pm

    REGISTER

     

    OR

    Join us each week during March as we feature one of our award-winning wines from the 2020 Maryland Governor’s Cup!
    March 1st – 7th: Crow Club Select (Gold)
    March 8th – 14th: Malbec (Gold)
    March 15th – 21st: 2019 Pinot Gris (Silver)
    March 22nd – 31st: 2016 Barbera* (Silver)
    10% Off these bottles during the week they are being tasted!

    Reservations for one of our March events or for a tasting can be made via phone or email.

    For more info on our events please visit our event webpage, or give us a call at: 302.304.0551

  • Crow Wins Gold, Silver at Maryland Governor’s Cup

     

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

     by 

    February 11, 2021

    Boordy Vineyards wins Maryland Governor’s Cup,
    Port of Leonardtown Winery wins Jack Aellen Cup

    (ANNAPOLIS, MD) – The Maryland Governor’s Cup will take up a year-long residency at Boordy Vineyards in Baltimore County. The 2020 Maryland Wine Governor’s Cup Competition featured 160 entries from nearly 30 Maryland wineries. This annual competition features Maryland-made wines, produced with grapes and fruits grown in the state. Maryland vineyards currently grow nearly 1000 acres of grapes throughout each of the state’s unique growing regions.

    “For the second year in a row, a Bordeaux blend has taken top honors,” says Kevin Atticks, Executive Director of the Maryland Wineries Association. “The Landmark Reserve further illustrates that serious red blends have become the benchmark.” The Bordeaux-style blend was produced from grapes grown on the winery’s South Mountain Vineyard in Frederick County.

    The Governor’s Cup Competition was twice delayed due to COVID restrictions. Originally planned for August 2020, the competition was finally held on February 5 with a cohort of judges and staff.

    Gold

    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Crow Club Select
    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Malbec

    Silver

    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Barbera 2016
    Crow Vineyard & Winery • Pinot Gris 2019

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  • Crow Featured on MPT Farm and Harvest

    Crow Vineyard & Winery Featured on MPT Farm and Harvest

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Kennedyville, MD – February 11th, 2021

    Kennedyville, MD – Kent County’s own Crow Vineyard & Winery, the first winery established in the county, featured on MPT Farm and Harvest, recounts the number of growing wineries in Maryland. Being the first of several wineries to get its start in this area, Crow Vineyard & Winery has seen the growth in its family owned-and-operated Eastern Shore farm, as well as in the Maryland wine growing region.

    The 365-acre farm has gained its reputation over the past 10 years through quality grape-growing in the vineyard, and attentive care and craft in their state-of-the-art winery. Before their wine journey began in 2010, Crow Farms’ focus was on grain, soy, and a herd of Grass-fed Angus beef. When Judy and Roy Crow married, the idea of sustaining the farm in another way started to take shape. Through educational seminars on grape-growing, and the return of their son, Brandon Hoy, now Vineyard Manager and co-owner, their venture was solidified.

    In 2010 the Crow’s planted their first vines, Vidal Blanc and Barbera, which are just 2 of the now 8 varieties grown in their 12-acre vineyard. Their wine has attracted the likes of guests near and far. Connoisseurs, enthusiasts, and newcomers all want to experience the quality wine, but also the tranquility of the farm. Crow Vineyard & Winery has secured its place within the community, through local support and success in state and international competition, the Crow’s vision has transpired. They invite guests to their authentic working farm to experience all that they have to offer. Wine tastings, elevated events, wine seminars and a farmstay B&B and cottage are just a few activities waiting for you at Crow Vineyard & Winery.

    View the segment HERE

    Crow Farm, Vineyard & Winery is a family owned-and-operated vineyard and winery located in the rural heart of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Embracing the heritage and traditions of Crow Farm, their wines embody the simple elegance of a working pastoral landscape.

  • Valentine’s Gift Ideas

    Roses are red,
    Violets are blue,
    We’ve got the wine and beef you need, plus some chocolate too!
    Countdown to Valentine’s Day!
    February Sales and Valentine’s Gift Ideas:
    Red Hot Staff Picks – 15% Off Mix N Match Any 3 Bottles
    • 2017 Cabernet Franc
    • NV Malbec
    • 2016 Reserve Red Blend
    Valentine’s Gift Bundles
    (featured left to right in photo)
    ~ Wine & Chocolate In-Home Party Kit! ~
    3 Mini Bottles (375ml): Pinot Gris, Crow White Blend, Crow Red Blend
    Tasting Sheets + Wine Aroma Wheel
    1 Bundle of Sweet Cheeks Valentine’s Cookies
    2 Crow Stemless Glasses
    $55.00
    ~ Romantic Farm to Table Dinner! ~
    1 Bottle of Crow Wine (your choice!)
    1 Insulated Tote
    2 Crow Grass-fed Angus beef steaks
    2 Crow Glasses
    1 Box of Sweet Cheeks Specialty Hand-crafted Chocolates
    $65.00
    ~ Just the 2 of You! ~
    1 Bottles of Sparkling Vidal Blanc OR 2015 Merlot
    1 Bundle of Sweet Cheeks Dark Chocolate Covered Cherries
    2 Crow Glasses
    $45.00
    Call or email us to purchase!
  • Crow Listed as a Top Winery in Maryland

    The Top 11 Wineries in Maryland

  • Crow Open for Outdoor Seating

    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 tastingroom@crowvineyard.com to place an order.