Wineries and Vineyards Experience Significant Growth in Maryland Due to State’s Tax Credits, Climate, and Prime Location
Thu, August 25, 2022 at 6:05 PM·5 min read
State’s First Women, Black-Owned Winery Sets the Precedent for Others to Follow
BALTIMORE, Aug. 25, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Maryland Marketing Partnership, created by Governor Larry Hogan in 2016 to help drive Maryland’s branding and marketing efforts to attract businesses, create jobs, and grow the state’s economy, today announced that Maryland wineries and vineyards have experienced rapid growth while becoming a revitalizing economic driver for communities statewide and the businesses that support them.
Today, there are more than 100 fully-operational wineries in Maryland compared to a decade ago when there were fewer than 30. The growth is due to the state’s natural resources, the distinct growing districts with microclimates that allow for a wide diversity of grape varieties to thrive, as well as Maryland’s supportive, business-friendly climate and strength in innovation and entrepreneurship.Continue reading this great article, HERE.