Carroll Wine Trail

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Central Maryland
Learn about both new and age-old-wine making traditions, walk through the vineyards and meet the wonderful people who craft these local and sustainable wines.

Places along the way

Home of Maryland’s oldest wine festival and some of the finest wineries in the region, the Carroll Wine Trail marries amazing wineries to the traditions and cultures of Carroll County farm and horse country. People have been traveling to this region for years to taste the fruits of the harvest and to enjoy life.

Each winery along the trail will welcome you with charm, character, and delicious hand-crafted wines. Learn about both new and age-old-wine making traditions, walk through the vineyards and meet the wonderful people who craft these local and sustainable wines.

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Old Westminster Winery

Featuring wild yeast fermentations, Old Westminster’s focus on “natural wines” dovetails with this sibling-owned winery’s dedication to the artistry and creativity of the winemaker’s craft. Nestled into the rolling countryside of Carroll County, Old Westminster’s tasting room pairs their remarkable, Maryland-grown wines with local cheeses, charcuterie and other farm-fresh fare.

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Serpent Ridge Vineyard

Specializing in small-lot, handmade wines, Serpent Ridge opened in 2009 and has quickly earned a reputation for exquisitely crafted wines. Try their famous Serpent Kiss, an elegant, after-dinner Seyval Blanc infused with white chocolate essence. The perfect finish to any romantic occasion. 

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Maryland Lore

Carroll County was named after Charles Carroll, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

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Trails in this Region

Piedmont Wine Trail
Maryland Crab & Oyster Trail: Anne Arundel and Howard Counties