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Aug 23, 2014 by: Avsummergirl2013 from Baltimore, Maryland
Attended Boordy's Thursday fun day. 5-8 pm. Live music, crowds on blankets and at picnic tables. All ages. Many farm stands to purchase fresh produce, candles, soaps, coffee...wine, of course. A great picnic atmosphere and lots of fun. Free but very crowded. Parking lot on site. Saturdays I believe cost is $20, bigger band, no vendors.
Aug 07, 2014 by: ArleneB435 from Corona, California
The countryside is spectacular and the vineyard was converted from an old farm. We took their $5/per person tour and learned a lot about the vineyard itself as well as the processing involved to develop several varieties of wine. The tour finished with wine tasting of several selections and we also received a free wine glass. The setting is lovely with tables under trees and they offer music and other events on weekend evenings. A lovely activity for the area!
Nice Wines Just a 30 min drive off I-95
Jul 10, 2014 by: cubgirl65 from Alexandria, Virginia
On a drive back from Boston, we stopped at the visitor center of I-95 and found information on Boordy Vineyards. It was well worth the drive off the highway at 4pm on a Monday to avoid the Baltimore rush hour! You do pay for your wine tastings, but they offer a $5 one and $15 one, so you can taste what you like. My husband and I got one of each so we could share and taste everything. We really liked the Rockfish wine and the Estate reds. If I'm in the area I would go back again to see what's new.
Fun, well-organized summer event
Jul 05, 2014 by: Deb6554 from Laurel, Maryland
Went here for a Sat. summer concert, wine and picnic. Tickets were reasonably priced and you can bring your own food and buy wine at the vineyards. They have this quite well-organized...parking, finding a spot to lay out your blanket and/or chairs is easy if you come when they open the doors. The line goes quickly and they don't seem to oversell tickets so although it's well-attended it didn't seem overcrowded. If you want to see the band as well as hear it, come early for a good spot. You can buy taste and buy wine during the event and they have a food and ice cream vendor. Fun activity with friends for a summer evening.
Jun 28, 2014 by: FlameoGirl from Crofton, MD
Stopped off here on a whim after a visit to a local State Park. I've had some of their wines before so I was eager to check out the vineyard. The grounds are beautiful!! Staff is friendly and helpful, there was even a food truck there to solve our lunch dilemma. I was actually surprised at how busy and crowded it was, it seems that you're able to picnic with your own food if you'd like. There is a ton of outdoor seating which was nice, all in all it was a very relaxing atmosphere. There is a section dedicated to wine tasting, you can also purchase wine to drink at this section as well. If you're purchasing wine to go, then there is a separate store just down the hill. No fee to actually walk the grounds but fees for tastings and tours. Wine tasting seems to be at a reasonable price though i'm no expert, I think starting at $5.00 per person and you get to keep a Boordy wine glass. The price increases depending on which wines you want to try and how many (check the website for details). We purchased 2 bottles, the Viva Sangria and the Chambourcin Merlot at reasonable prices (can't wait to try them!). Next time we're in the area, will definitely make a point to stop and support this local vineyard.
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