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Due to the delicate nature of marketing an on-going business, many winery owners choose to privately market their operation. works closely with a number of wineries which are privately available for sale with production capacities ranging from 1,000 to 40,000 cases per year and priced between $900,000 and $20,000,000.

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  • Blue Mountain Wine Crafters

    Blue Mountain Wine Crafters

    A rare chance to acquire a cash-flowing investment property and established boutique winery in a quaint retail setting. The real estate consists of three addresses with three separate
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  • Fridayโ€™s Creek Winery

    Fridayโ€™s Creek Winery

    Introducing the charming Friday’s Creek Winery. Your opportunity to own a boutique winery and event venue in Northern Calvert County. Sitting on 3 acres is a beautifully rustic
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  • Historic Winery, Vineyards, & Custom Home

    Historic Winery, Vineyards, & Custom Home

    Nestled amidst the idyllic landscape of Brandywine, strategically positioned for easy access to Washington, DC, Virginia, and Southern Maryland, a truly unique opportunity awaits. This is a rare
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  • Profitable Winery with Custom Home in Idyllic Setting

    Profitable Winery with Custom Home in Idyllic Setting

    Few wineries offer a tasting room in one of the Mid-Atlanticโ€™s most acclaimed tourism destinations AND decades of profitable wholesale activity at stores and restaurants across Maryland, Virginia,
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  • Established Wedding Venue & Winery Business in Maryland

    Established Wedding Venue & Winery Business in Maryland

    Established wedding venue & winery business in Maryland. Breathtaking rolling vineyard views on expansive estate within 1-hour drive of DC. Approximately 300 acres with custom home on private
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  • Bohemia Manor Farm and Chateau Bu-De Winery & Vineyard

    Bohemia Manor Farm and Chateau Bu-De Winery & Vineyard

    Discover the rare gem of Bohemia Manor Farm, a historic estate turned successful vineyard, winery, and event venue in Chesapeake City, Maryland. Situated on 368 acres with over
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  • Thanksgiving Farm Winery

    Thanksgiving Farm Winery

    Nestled on 58 acres of beautiful rolling hills in Harwood, MD, Thanksgiving Farm Winery is conveniently located just 20 miles due east of the U.S. Capitol building in
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  • Sugarloaf Winery

    Sugarloaf Winery

    Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard happens to be the closest vineyard and/or winery to Washington DC. Just a mere 25 minutes on the road will land visitors on the doorstep
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Maryland Wineries for Sale

Farm Land during SunsetMaryland History of Wine

Maryland Wineries are fairly new comparatively. The first Maryland Winery, Boordy Vineyards, did not actually open until 1945. That being said, the industry brings in an estimated 50 million dollars every year. Okay, so that’s it for the first winery, but what about the first vineyard? Well that almost 300 years earlier when 200 acres of European vines.

In 1981 the Maryland Grape Growers Association was formed, and then in 1984 the Maryland Wineries Association was formed. But wait, not just those two associations, but also the Maryland Wine Festival was held, the Maryland Winery and Grape Growers Advisory Board was formed.

The year 2000 was huge for Maryland wineries. The Maryland House passed a bill allowing wineries to sell by the glass at the wineries as well as bring products on licensed premises for promotional events. That year a record crowd of 25,000 people showed up at the Maryland Wine Festival. Since then the marketing campaign, “Ask for Maryland Wine,” has marked great success for all intents and purposes.

Climate in Maryland

There are many different climates across the state of Maryland. The reason behind the varying climates largely has to do with the factors that affect that specific region. These include:

  • Elevation
  • Proximity to water
  • Northern Weather (and protection from it)

If you head to the eastern side of the state you are likely to experience a humid subtropical climate. This part of the state is located on the Atlantic Coastal Plain and has sandy or muddy soil. This means that in this part of the state you will get hot humid summers and fairly mild winters.

Right beyond the east you will come to the Piedmont. This is considered a transition region between the humid subtropical climate zone and the humid continental climate zone. What this means is this region experiences hot humid summers and moderately cold winters where you can expect freezing temperatures and snow every year.

Western Maryland leaves you with the humid subcontinental climate, mild summers and cold winters where you can expect a decent amount of snow. The entire state experiences a good amount of rain with annual ranges from 40 to 45 inches across most of the state.

Maryland Wine Regions

Maryland has four distinct wine grape growing regions, allowing a wide range of varietals to grow within the state.ย Wine Bottle Beside Grapes, Roses and Several Fruits on Brown Wooden Surface

  1. Piedmont Plateau – This regions claims the majority of the state’s vineyards, as well as the oldest wineries. The Frederick Wine Trail and Mason-Dixon Wine Trail are also located here. The main grapes you will find include: Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.
  2. The Eastern Shore – Sandy soil that drains well is what you will find in this region. The climate is moderated by the Chesapeake Bay and a large variety of grapes are known to thrive in this region.
  3. Southern Plain – Here you can expect to be hot most days and most nights in the summertime. With that said, don’t expect all varietals to grow well here. You will need to be picky when you are selecting, and it is a good idea to look into what grapes do well in Southern Italy and the Mediterranean. Some of these include: Barbera, Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Chardonnay, Vidal Blaufrankisch and Symphony.
  4. Western Mountain – You will find a few vineyards and a couple wineries located in this region. Grapes, of course, must be cold hardy. As discussed earlier, this region experiences the most cold out of the entire state. It tends to be a shorter growing season and longer winter. Varietals that tend to work well here include: Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Chambourcin, Seyval, Chardonnay, and Vidal.