Best way to get some exercise and to get familiar with the Maryland wine scene is to travel on one of Maryland’s many wine roads. Cycling is the preferred method of doing it, because that’s how you get the most exercise. Plus, an additional perk of being on a bicycle when traveling wine roads is that getting a bit tipsy and driving your bike won’t get you in as much trouble as driving a car would. Today we’re going to talk about the Carroll Wine Trail, so let’s begin.
Explore Maryland wine scene by traveling the Carroll Wine Trail
Carroll Wine Trail is an established wine road in Maryland which currently features two wineries, “Old Westminster Winery” and “Serpent Ridge Vineyard”. The road is located in Carroll County, Maryland. “Old Westminster Winery” can be found on the Old Westminster Rd, and “Serpent Ridge Vineyard” over on Nicodemus Rd.
Both of the wineries that can be found on the Carroll Wine Trail are family wineries with a long tradition of making both red and white wines. The best place where you can find more information about the wine road is its official website, the Carroll Wine Trail. Yes, that’s right, this wine road even has it own website. How neat is that. I’ve travelled it many times, and I wholeheartedly recommend that you do the same.