It’s become one of Baltimore’s most popular springtime events, and it happens on Sunday.
Voytek Fizyta is not waiting until his grapes mature before beginning the process of turning the succulent treats into wine.
Here are some ideas around town for the week of March 4.
The time has come, you are throwing a surprise birthday party for your best friend or an anniversary dinner for your parents and you find yourself asking, “what’s the largest bar around here”? Whether you’re going to have a large sit down dinner or just drinks and appetizers you need enough space so everyone feels comfortable. Here are our suggestions for bars to rent out for large parties and group outings.
Celebrate that momentous occasion with the best liquor stores in Baltimore. These shops have the widest selection of brand names and hard to find bottles.
The Maryland Wineries Association says 28 state wineries have paid a fee in order to be able to ship wine directly to consumers.
Turkey, cornbread or stuffing? Choose your favorites from this array of classic Thanksgiving foods.
On fields overlooking a Quiet Waters vista, a mop-headed dog named Finn McCool weaves in and out of rows of fecund vines, his tail sweeping by bunches of tiny pearl-sized grapes.
Thankfully, Baltimore, as small as it may seem to an outsider, has a pretty bumping bar scene. That comes in handy after you roll out from a downtown concert or show and are in the mood to dance or grab a drink with friends. All of the after party venues are within safe walking distance from your concert/theater venue and perfect for chatting it up with your fellow audience members.
Stink bugs are hard on grapes, but they apparently don’t affect the flavor of wine.
It’s a new day for wine in Maryland. Direct ship, ordering wine by mail, is now legal. Maryland vineyards are signing up.
Don and Marty talked to Fred Funk about the PGA Tour and recent knee replacement surgery. Mike Schuh was in Little Italy at Vino Rosina talking about the Maryland Wineries Association partnering with fine restaurants and wine shops around the state to announce the first ever “Maryland Wine Week.”