|Address:||15113 Liberty Rd, Mt Airy, MD 21771, USA|
|Working:||Closed 10AM–5PM 10AM–5PM 10AM–5PM 10AM–5PM 10AM–5PM 1–5PM|
Over the summer my husband and I tasted some of their wine at the Catonsville Farmers Market and we really enjoyed the Lord Baltimore Port so we purchased a bottle. When we got home and opened it, the cork was no good and basically disintegrated into the bottle. Im no wine expert by any means but Im fairly certain that is not supposed to happen. We proceeded to taste the wine and it was bitter and pungent and nothing at all like the wine we tasted previously. We then contacted the winery to try and resolve the issue and it took them weeks to even respond to our email. They seemed eager to help but it has been over 4 months and we still havent heard back from them. We even returned to the farmers market where we purchased the bottle to try and return it to them and they were no longer there. Now we are -$30 and a bottle of Port. Its a shame what a disappointing experience weve had with them considering the wine we tasted was so delicious.
This is a terrific little winery in Mt. Airy, MD, not half an hour west of Baltimore, where the owner himself took my group on a little tour to see the vineyard (near the tasting building) and explained how they grow the grapes and how they are processed for fermenting, as well as information about how Marylands climate affects the different grape varieties. We tried 8 wines and I would happily have bought 5 of them, which is by far the best ratio of any winery I have visited. Especially loved the Lord Baltimore Maryland Port! Never had port before, so this was an eye-opening experience. Also loved the Cabernet Franc (one of the parent vines of Cabernet Savignon) - delicious! Definitely worth a trip if you are in the area.
Wonderful and friendly small winery, easy to get to in the Maryland countryside. Had a delicious tasting of several of their wines by the owner who explained each vintage and provided us with crackers and spitoons. Casual seating is provided on sight and we were treated to some live entertainment. The vines, flowers and mushrooms on the grounds provided some nice subject matter for some still life photography. Our visit was intended to scout for a potential wedding reception site and although we determined this might not be the perfect venue we will definitely be going back for more wine!
I was not welcomed either when I visited just as the other person who wrote a review. The merchandise was cute but extremely overpriced! The woman who poured our tasting was not dressed nice and she did not tell us anything about each wine she was pouring-not even the name! I had to ask each time! She also did not offer a bag for the bottle of wine or other merchandise we purchased. I would not reccomend this vineyard. Linganore is just down the street and it is a much better more beautiful and welcoming experience!
Such an excellent place. Great wine, but more importantly, even nicer people owning and operating the place. Friday Night Wine Downs from 6-9 during the warm months presents a variety of live music. You can bring what you want to eat, buy some wine and relax outside at a table. Doesnt get any better. Youre inches away from the grapes. Jazz Festival in the spring and songwriters fest in the fall. Truly a cultural experience.
We were at Elk Run on a Saturday afternoon. It was a very friendly and very non pretentious atmosphere and talking with the staff and one of the owners who poured for us was really nice. We loved every wine we tasted(sweets) and bought several bottles. Penny and Lucy were very sociable, youll see what I mean. We are looking forward to going to theyre Un-wine Fridays.
As a wine enthusiast that has been around Maryland, PA, and Virginia exploring wineries. Elk run is our favorite winery to go to on a regular basis. It feels like home, beautiful views and the wine vastly surpasses any wineries in the area. The Gewurztraminer is sweet yet subtle, just the best. The cab is amazing as well. You will not regret stopping by.
We saw you at the Mt Vernon wine festival this year. We tasted the viognier and loved it, so we ordered two bottles. In hindsight we really should have checked our purchase before we left because we were given two bottles of red that were HORRIBLE. The wine was very sour. We drink a lot of wine and have never tasted something we couldnt drink until now.
This is a wonderful winery in a scenic setting. Even the cat was friendly. The Riesling was one of the best Ive had. I dont usually care for red wines, but the malbec was excellent, too. I will definitely return. Thank you for a pleasant experience!
I love this place. The staff is very welcoming and owner is wonderful. They have a great selection of wine. They have an ice wine that is to die for no one beats it and their sangria is the best
My favorite local winery...scenic, friendly, family run, close by, great but reasonable wines are always available and not mass produced, weekend music and wonderful perks for Case Club members!!!
Great wine actually for the mid Atlantic. I usually hate most virginia and maryland wines, but these were quite good. Lots of space and they are very kid friendly!
Wines were mediocre. Cab was good though. Service was quite poor as well. We didnt feel that welcomed and our server wasnt very engaging. Probably wont be back.
Fine family-owned winery with a long string of award winning wines, friendly staff, great music and cool dogs.
Really enjoyed the family-run environment. What great wine! Relaxed and delicious.
Really nice place. Great selection of wine. I highly recommend the Syrah wine.
Nice small winery, the wines are good and reasonable priced.
Nice please. Penny its one of the coolest dogs ever.
Went there for a bridal shower had a good time.