Maryland wines have scored big in a recent report by The International Wine Review (IWR).
“The continued focus on our wine by international wine media is further proof of the world-class wines being produced in Maryland,” said Kevin Atticks, executive director of the Maryland Wineries Association.
The in-depth report on the Maryland wine industry presents the history, growing regions, wine styles and grape varieties before reviewing over 50 “premium wines” from “top wineries” across the state. IWR independently visited and collected wines directly from wineries.
The report includes wines from the following wineries, scoring between 87 and 94 points:
- Big Cork Vineyards
- Black Ankle Vineyards
- Boordy Vineyards
- Catoctin Breeze Vineyard
- Chateau Bu-De Winery & Vineyard
- Cool Ridge Vineyard
- Crow Vineyard
- Fiore Winery
- Linganore Winecellars
- Old Westminster Winery
- Port of Leonardtown Winery
- Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard
- The Vineyards at Dodon
About the International Wine Review:
The International Wine Review (IWR) was launched in 2005 to provide the wine trade (importers, distributors, retailers, sommeliers) and wine enthusiasts, with current, accurate information regarding important wines and regions of the world. Our publication is not just a list of wines with scores; we provide insight and understanding of viticulture and winemaking, appellations, wine styles, pairing food and wine, and market issues. Learn more.