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Just attended my niece's wedding here - a beautiful place. The setting by the water was breathtaking, to say the least. Reception was in a barn, which at first sounds a little 'strange', but it was great. Big but not overly so. The service was...More
I had read a about this winery and finally last Sunday we made the trip with a picnic lunch to drink wine, eat and listen to the great Joe Norris. At first we were apprehensive about turning on Woodland Drive since there were no winery...More
Slack Winery is a little drive in the country past St Mary's College collocated with Woodlawn Estate. The award winning Slack wines are available for tasting and purchase under a vintage structure adjacent to the main house. The property is on the water with pleasant...More
We were staying in Solomons and decided to take the trip down and try out Slack Winery. I'll tell you when we turned back the dirt road and kept going and going and going, I was a bit concerned over what we would find. All...More
Tucked back on a long dirt driveway is a beautiful winery. Slack. Quaint southern charm all around. The property is on the waterfront and they have shaded seating outside for the warm months. From the tables and chairs to wonderful wooden rocking chairs that sit...More
One of my favorite places on Earth! In search of a waterfront inn for our wedding seven years ago, we came across Woodlawn Farm on a bed and breakfast website. We called Jim Grube, the owner and wedding coordinator, to schedule a meeting and the...More
Discovered the Slack winery wine tasting at Woodlawn manor by chance. For $10 per person, we sampled six local wines in an open, breezy cottage. Bottles and full glasses are available, and there are rocking chairs on the shore where we could sit and enjoy...More
We did a complete testing and loved all of the wines. This was our second visit and this time we got to talk to the wine maker and he knows his stuff.
We took our dog this time and he was well received by all....More
We heard from someone this was a place I must visit. I tend to like the drier wine and this was perfect. When you get there you go down a long driveway and get to a beautiful home. They have a smaller building to taste...More
On a much needed getaway, my husband and I decided to travel to southern Maryland and visit Point Lookout. Just before the point, he noticed a sign for a winery. We are cautious of Maryland wines because most tend to be fruity and sweet. However,...More