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Cove Point Winery

Cove Point Winery

Cove Point Winery
755 Cove Point Rd
Lusby, Maryland
USA 20657
Phone: (410) 326-0949
http://www.covepointwinery.com/

Contact: Cove Point Winery
Email: winemaker@covepointwinery.com

Cove Point Winery is a small boutique winery located in Southern Maryland's Calvert County town of Lusby. The winery is located ~6 miles north of Solomons Island and just a short distance from Cove Point Lighthouse -Maryland's oldest operational lighthouse.

Cove Point Winery is the first licensed and bonded Class 4 Winery in all of Southern Maryland -not just Calvert County. As such, we obtain grapes and juice from various growers all over Maryland in addition to our own vineyard. We also obtain fruit from other sources in California, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Starting out in 2004 making only around 2000 gallons of wine to now well over 7000 gallons and growing more every year.

Our current vineyard (Cove Point Vineyards) is a small experimental vineyard with plantings of Cayuga White, Chardonnel, Cabernet Franc, Chambourcin, Merlot, NY73 (Noiret), Vidal, Seyval, Foch, Mars, Neptune, Niagara, Catawba, Dornfelder, Blaufrankisch and Symphony vines.

Our goals are to produce a variety of fantastic wines that the non-wine drinker would enjoy, as well as impress the connoisseur.

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