August 10, 2020
Parts of St. Mary’s County, Maryland, are still picking up the pieces after Isaias.
That includes Port of Leonardtown Winery, a favorite neighborhood spot just off Point Lookout Road in Leonardtown.
“We have probably close to 40 acres total. We are usually packed, open seven days a week, before COVID, of course,” said winemaker Lauren Zimmerman.
Isaias made landfall Aug. 3 as a hurricane in North Carolina; it was downgraded to a tropical storm as it moved up the East Coast, still causing heavy damage and some deaths. The National Weather Service confirmed the storm spawned at least nine tornadoes in Maryland.
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