When people call Maryland “The Land of Pleasant Living,” they’re talking about the Piedmont Plateau. Just north of Baltimore and marked by the rolling hills of Maryland’s famous horse country, the rich, loamy soil and ideal mix of aeration and sunshine makes the Piedmont Plateau a wine-growing region to give Europe’s best a run for their money.
Here you’ll find some of Maryland’s oldest and most established wineries, as well as cutting-edge meaderies, cideries, and distilleries. Take advantage of summer concert series and fantastic festivals along the Piedmont Wine Trail in spring, summer and fall. Spend an afternoon horseback riding or even whitewater kayaking, then toast your adventure with one of this trail’s fantastic wines. And explore Maryland’s history with great museums and activities along the way.
- Basignani Winery
- Boordy Vineyards
- DeJon Vineyard
- Fiore Winery & Distillery
- Harford Vineyard
- Mount Felix Vineyard and Winery
- Royal Rabbit Vineyards