August 15, 2020
After months of canceled weekend trips and postponed outings, businesses are adapting and encouraging guests to visit with updated coronavirus pandemic safety guidelines.
A trip to a winery or vineyard is an activity uniquely positioned to easily follow public health guidelines. Most wine tastings are outside during the summer months. Groups, now limited to six people or less, sit at tables spaced six feet apart. Acres of land filled with grapevines are fun to roam.
“Maryland is still a very young industry,” said Regina Mc Carthy, director of client services at The Vineyards at Dodon in Davidsonville. “Even winemakers from other places are looking at Maryland as a great opportunity for a premium wine-growing region. It’s an exciting time to grow wine here.”
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