Jewish Winemakers in Maryland Cultivate Culture and Tradition in the Vineyards
May 20, 2022
Growing up, Rachel Lipman thought you needed white hair and a mustache to be a winemaker. Today, the 29 year old is one of the youngest Jewish winemakers in Maryland.
At Loew Vineyards in Frederick County’s Mount Airy, the fifth-generation winemaker is maintaining a 150-year-old tradition that was nearly extinguished by the Holocaust, but revived by her grandfather.
“It’s history in a bottle,” says Lipman, a member of Beth Sholom Congregation in Frederick.To continue reading this great story, please visit Baltimore Style.