The human palate can make very subtle distinctions, from finding floral notes in a pinot noir to determining the exact value of a rare stamp. Lick your thirst with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $20 for a wine tasting for two with take-home glasses and one bottle of wine (up to a $38 value)
- $36 for a wine tasting for four with take-home glasses and two bottles of wine (up to a $76 value)
- $72 for a wine tasting for eight with take-home glasses and four bottles of wine (up to a $152 value)
After sampling a number of wines, guests take home a bottle of Duke, Chamberlain, or Barone. The winery is open for tastings on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m.
Royal Rabbit Vineyards
Perched on a hill overlooking northern Baltimore County's scenic valleys, Royal Rabbit Vineyards typically provides guests pleasing views throughout the year. It isn't until late spring and summer, however, that the landscape begins to change: heavy green and purple orbs crop up along 4 acres of climbing grapevines. By fall, the heavy, ripened grapes are ready for harvest—later on they’ll be turned into the winery’s award-winning wines or used as low-impact marbles. The small winery lies along the Piedmont Wine Trail and Mason-Dixie Wine Trail, which connects more than 20 small, family-owned wineries in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
In keeping with the Royal Rabbit Vineyards motto—"Treat yourself royally"—many of the wines have royal titles, including a cabernet franc blend dubbed “the duke.” Wine labels display a kingly rabbit holding a golden chalice.
92% of 279 customers recommend
“Great little tasting. We stopped by on a whim after buying the groupon. The staff was friendly and helpful. The wine was good and it made for a nice outing. I...”
“Great little tasting. We stopped by on a whim after buying the groupon. The staff was friendly and helpful. The wine was good and it made for a nice outing. I recommend bringing cheese, crackers and snacks to enjoy.”
“Knowledgeable, welcoming staff and delicious wine.”
“Pair this with another activity. The visit could be pretty short. But it's worth the stop.”