At Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard, our focus is on wine education. Our well-trained staff will guide you through a tasting of our award-winning wines, available at $10 per person. No reservations accepted or needed. We accept groups of 4 or less during normal business hours. Tastings are indoors on regular weekdays and outdoors on weekends!
Planning to stay after your tasting? We offer an a la carte menu of cheeses, meats and other snacks to enjoy with your favorite glass of wine. All wines on the tasting menu are served by the glass or bottle from noon to 5:30 p.m. daily. We offer live music on summer weekends and a warm fire on chilly winter weekends, so raise your glass and make memories with us!
We welcome our winery patrons to bring a small picnic but bringing any type of alcohol on to our property is strictly forbidden as it violates our license, so leave yours at home and come drink some of ours!
We welcome small gatherings to share a quiet outing at our winery and enjoy the beautiful countryside, but please no organized parties without prior arrangements. We can easily accommodate groups of four or fewer. We ask that large groups call ahead and speak with a manager before your visit.
Tours of our winery are offered on weekends at 12:30 p.m. when available. We offer tours from May until the end of August when available. These tours are open to the first 10 people who reserve spots or for walk-ins when spots are available. Please call 301-605-0130 in advance to make sure we can accommodate you!
We invite you to use our beautiful setting at the base of Sugarloaf Mountain as the perfect spot for your next small private party or intimate special event. Small private events are held Monday through Friday from May through October, from 6:30-9 p.m. Private events are held seven days a week from November through April from 6:30-9 p.m.
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Contact our staff at 301-605-0130 for more information.
Per Maryland alcohol laws, please do not bring any other alcohol onto our property. Failure to abide by these laws subjects us to hefty fines and a loss of our license. Violators will be asked to leave the property immediately.