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.”
Keith Schoonover can wait months, sometimes years, for his wood to be just right for sale.
A new vineyard in Washington County is adding to Maryland’s wine-making industry.
The Highlandtown Wine Festival will be held this weekend.
Wine lovers are saying Gov. Martin O’Malley will soon sign a bill legalizing shipping directly to consumers from wineries.
A measure that allows wineries to ship directly to Maryland residents has passed the state Senate.
Wine drinking in Maryland could become much easier — though not without a price.
The Maryland General Assembly is about to break tradition and allow wineries to ship directly to consumers.
Maryland senators have scheduled a hearing Wednesday on a measure that would add a sales tax for beer, wine and liquor, similar to the one D.C. levies.
Representatives of Maryland wineries and retailers told a pair of General Assembly committees Friday that direct shipping of wine to consumers will help them stay in business, while doing little to harm mom-and-pop liquor stores.
A top Senate Democrat told lobbyists for wine vendors on Thursday that some form of direct wine shipping will be approved in Maryland this year.