News stories from 2014!

By . December 31st, 2014. Posted in In the Media

SMV Featured in Outlook by the Bay

October 25, 2014

Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard is featured as the cover story of Outlook by the Bay magazine’s Fall 2014 issue. The article, “Second Careers: Developing a Vineyard and Winery”, written by our very own Kathy O’Donoghue, highlights how Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard came to be the successful vineyard and winery that it is today.The complimentary magazine is devoted to the interests of active Chesapeake Bay area baby boomers and seniors. Read the full article by clicking here.

Palate Press Online Magazine Puts Maryland Wines in the Spotlight

May 18, 2014

Maryland wines have been steadily gaining attention and respect from the wine industry and media over the past couple years. The May 18, 2014 feature article “Maryland: Not Just for Crabs Anymore” in online wine magazine Palate Press mentions several outstanding wines, including two of Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard’s signature blends, “Comus” and “Evoe!” (which recently won a Maryland Winemasters gold medal, by the way.) The writer/reviewer rates our wines at 90 and 93, respectively, and encourages readers to check out the great wines that the state of Maryland has to offer. Read the full article here.

Wine & Grape Grower Magazine Features SMV as Cover Story

March/February 2014

Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard is featured as the cover story in the March/February 2014 issue of Wine and Grape Grower magazine, a bimonthly viticulture magazine. The article inside, “Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard – Commitment to Quality and Culture,” highlights our outstanding vineyard, wine, tasting room and events. Wine and Grape Grower provides information and advertising on growing wine making and marketing to growers and wineries throughout the United States.


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