November 18, 2020
While the anticipated celebration around Boordy Vineyards’ 75th birthday was muted by the coronavirus pandemic, it hasn’t stopped one of Maryland’s top producers from using the year to lay the groundwork for the years ahead.
One will involve renovating some of the older structures on the 240-acre farm in Baltimore County, which includes its Long Green Vineyard where some of its 46 acres of grapes grow.
The other major change was unveiled last week with the release of some of its new wines, which showed off a new label that Boordy president Rob Deford says “will bring us up to the present and beyond with how we feel about the wines.”Paul Vigna, PennLive. To continue reading, click here.