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Uncork and Unwind: Exploring the Best Vineyards on Maryland's Eastern Shores

Discover the beauty and flavors of Maryland's vineyards on the eastern shore. We're showcasing the top wineries in the area and what to expect during your visit. Sip on delectable wines, enjoy stunning scenery, and experience friendly staff for an unforgettable wine-tasting journey. There's something for everyone on Maryland's eastern shores.

Did you know that the Eastern Shore has wineries. Not just one or two - but enough to make visiting them a long weekend.

Located on the eastern shores of Maryland, there are a variety of wineries that are waiting to be explored. If you are a wine enthusiast or simply looking for a unique and relaxing way to spend your day, a visit to the wineries on Maryland's eastern shores is a must.

And there is nothing that goes better with wine than seafood. Located between the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean the food options to pair with your wine are endless.

Who knew? Local wine on the Eastern Shore. The biggest question is always "Grapes grow here?"

First the soil type on the Eastern Shore is perfect for growing grapes. Grapes like well drained soil, so the sandy soil is perfect.

Second the weather is great for growing. The temperatures in summer and winter are not too extreme. There are not too many hot tropical days in the summer and the winters are cold, but not extreme giving the vines adequate rest time.

Finally, the shore is flat, allowing for a full day of sun for the grapes to ripen.

There are many types of grapes that are grown here on the Eastern Shore translating to a wide variety of wines that are produced. There is truly something for everyone.

Discover Our Favorite Vineyards on the Eastern Shore

Bordeleau Vineyards and Winery

Bordeleau Vineyards and Winery is located closest to Sugar Water Manor being right up 13 from us. The name translates to the Waters Edge as it sits on the Wicocomo Creek. The vineyard climate is also close to the Bordeaux region. The tasting room with both indoor and outdoor areas is open year round. I highly suggest you checkout the events happening as you plan your visit.

Broken Spoke Vineyards and Winery

The Broken Spoke Vineyards and Winery is North of the Chesapeake Bay bridge and furthest from us but worth the trip. Especially on a market day. You can enjoy the tasting bar or reserve your tasting with table service.

Mark Cascia Vineyards

Mark Cascia Vineyards is the result of an engineer turned winemaker on 12 acres on Cox Creek. Cox Creek in located on Kent Island and has reds and whites. The tasting room is open seasonally and I highly suggest checking out their event schedule for what’s happening. And do not leave without tasting their delicious dessert wines.

Casa Carmen Wines

Specializing in old world style wines Casa Carmen is not to be missed. Casa Carmen is a true family