When a trip is centered on delicious wine, gorgeous views, and good company, it’s bound to be a good one. Whether you’re booking a day outing or a weekend excursion, the wineries along the Legacy Wine Trail in Prince George’s are sure to bring joy and wonder.


Visit these five Prince George’s wineries for a first-rate experience:


  1. Gemeny Winery and Vineyards are set on a 200-acre working family farm in Brandywine. Open on the weekends, the landscape shines a light on Maryland farming, with its fields of grain and lush forests.
  2. Two Lions Vineyards is an old-world-inspired winery that hosts private events, public tastings, and celebrations. Reopening in April, and located in Upper Marlboro, Two Lions creates wines that work for any palate, whether that’s crisp and fruity, or dry and full-bodied.
  3. Hop into the rustic barn at Janemark Winery and Vineyard to sample wine from fields that once grew tobacco. This family farm has been running since 1877, and it’s now home to many wine-producing grape varieties, including Petit Manseng and Barbera.
  4. Romano Vineyard and Winery produces small lots of handcrafted wine from grapes grown in its own vineyard and other carefully selected custom growers. This family-owned and family-operated winery began with a grant for grape growing and turned into a dreamy vineyard.
  5. Passed down from generation-to-generation, Robin Hill Farm and Vineyards has been running since 1955. The family has made significant strides in environmentally friendly practices, and it has been awarded the Soil Conservation Farm of the Year honor twice. Visit the renovated tobacco barn for a tasting.


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