“By Amanda Yeager – Reporter, Baltimore Business Journal
Mar 26, 2018, 11:52am
When Sarah O’Herron and Ed Boyce decided to start their own vineyard, they were business consultants and wine lovers — but they didn’t have any first-hand experience with the business of making wine.
Now, 16 years after buying their Mount Airy farm and a decade since bottling their first wine, O’Herron and Boyce are preparing for a major expansion that could eventually quadruple the output of their company, Black Ankle Vineyards. The couple recently purchased two new properties — totaling 380 acres — one in Montgomery County and another in Carroll County, to give the vineyard room to grow…” Click here to continue reading the full article on bizjournals.com