Can we bring our dog?

Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard’s outdoor spaces are dog-friendly. On weekends our tastings are conducted outdoors and well-behaved dogs are welcome. Per Maryland law, however, they must remain on a leash. All tastings and wine sales are conducted indoors on weekdays, so please keep that in mind before inviting your dog to come along!

Can we bring our kids?

Children are absolutely welcome but must remain supervised by a parent or adult guardian at all times. Balls, frisbees, and yard games are only permitted on the upper terrace.

Do we need a reservation for the Tasting Room?

Reservations are not needed.  We can easily accommodate groups of 4 or less. All seating is available on a first-come, first-serve basis and outdoor seating is weather dependent. If you plan to arrive after 1 p.m. on weekends, please consider bringing a blanket and/or lawn chair as tables fill up quickly!

Can you accommodate large groups?

We welcome your small gathering to share a quiet outing at our winery and enjoy the beautiful countryside, but please no organized parties without prior arrangements. We can accommodate groups of 4 or less.  Please call if you have a larger group coming to visit us.

Can we tour the winery or the vineyard?

Tours of our winery facility are offered on weekends at 12:30 p.m. from February through August. Tours are open to the first 10 people who reserve spots or for walk-ins when spots are available. Please call in advance to make sure we can accommodate you!

Is smoking allowed, even outside?

To ensure the comfort of all guests, smoking is not allowed in any area of the Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard property.

When are you open?

Most of the time! Visit us seven days a week from noon to 6 p.m. (Tastings and open wine service end 1/2 hour before close.) We only close for New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.

Since you are open year-round, do you allow people outside even during chillier months?

On winter weekends, if the weather permits, we will light up a cozy fire pit to keep you warm!  We are working on creating a larger tasting room for our patrons, but in the meantime our indoor space is relatively small and tables are reserved for four people or fewer.