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Kathryn M.
Report | 14 days ago
Take food and go in non-winter for outside fun
Jennifer g.
Report | 15 days ago
Great tasting wines.
Caron M.
Report | 23 days ago
It'd be nice to have tables or more seating to encourage buying a glass of wine and sitting.
Lisa L.
Report | a month ago
Good value - no real place to sit while doing your tasting, however, we had to stand at a counter. Wine was lovely though, and we ended up purchasing several bottles.
D W.
Report | a month ago
Very friendly atmosphere. Very good wine.
Tomekia R.
Report | 3 months ago
It was a great experience
John M.
Report | 3 months ago
Good wine good people
Siblian B.
Report | 4 months ago
You do not sit down at this place. The wines were delicious. If you don't drink on a regular basis, you will definitely get a buzz. The staff and owner are very personable. Will go again.
Seth S.
Report | 4 months ago
Great owner/staff. Very personable and knowledgable about wine pairings. Down-home feel, very welcoming. Great tasting and selection of wines. Highly recommend
Victoria O.
Report | 11 months ago
very friendly atmosphere
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Though many vintners refer to their winemaking techniques as "old country," those of the Loews are older than most. The family's first forays into the drinkable craft began in the 19th century, in an area of the Austro-Hungarian Empire known as Galicia, now part of Ukraine. There, they brewed honey wines and distributed them throughout Europe. The Loews continued in the business well into the 20th century, but their enterprise was disrupted by the outbreak of World War II. The Loew name wouldn't appear on another bottle until nearly a half-century later, in a vineyard an ocean away.

The modern iteration of Loew Vineyards was established in 1982, and today stretches across 37 lush acres in Frederick County. Here, the gravelly soil nourishes flavorful grapes ideal for both red and white wines. The Loews tend to the vines throughout the year, harvesting the grapes in the fall and pruning them and fitting leaves with tiny mittens in the winter. Their crops are transformed into more than a dozen varieties of wine, ranging from the citrus-y, semi-sweet Serendipity to a balanced hearty red wine. The family even bottles honey wine (Mead) in a nod to their European past.

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