Harvest at Crow Begins with the Annual Vineyard Walk


Harvest season is right around the corner and at Crow Vineyard & Winery that means it is time for the 5th Annual Vineyard Walk. Every year the start of harvest is marked by opening the vineyard to the public for a guided tour with vineyard manager, Brandon Hoy.

Antique carriage rides provide a wonderful way to view the vineyard.

Antique carriage rides provide a wonderful way to view the vineyard.

Guests can enjoy the beauty of the vines and grapes on foot or in the comfort of an antique horse drawn carriage, tour the winery with winemaker Catrina North, taste Crow’s award winning wines and enjoy appetizers featuring smoked Crow Angus Beef and creations from Martha Walton of Happy Chicken Bakery. Entertainment will be provided by musicians Tim and Christine Carroll. Have your photo taken by Anna Smolens of Purple Horse Designs and Photography while on your vineyard adventure.

Each year Roy and Judy Crow, owners of Crow Vineyard & Winery, choose a local non-profit organization as a beneficiary of the event with a portion of the proceeds donated to them. For 2016, Bridges at Worthmore has been chosen. Located in Kent County, Maryland, they are committed to using horses to foster personal growth and learning. Their programs include equine assisted activities such as adaptive riding, psychotherapy and learning.

Tickets are $30 ($25 for Crow Wine Club members) and are available online at crowvineyardandwinery.com or by calling the tasting room at 302-304-0551. For more information on Bridges at Worthmore please visit bridgesatworthmore.org.

Located in the rural heart of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Crow Vineyard & Winery is Kent County’s first winery. For more information visit crowvineyardandwinery.com or by email at crowfarmmd@gmail.com

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