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Maryland Food & Wine Tours

Are you looking for food and wine tours in Maryland?

Check out the list below of some of our favorites.

Want an in-depth culinary experience?

Discover Chesapeake Bay cuisine and other dishes on a 3.5-hour small-group walking tour of Fells Point, Baltimore’s historic waterfront district. Your guide shares commentary on the history and architecture of the city as you walk through the neighborhood. You’ll stop for tastings at four restaurants, and sip a signature alcoholic drink at a fifth establishment. The tour features small local businesses that are popular in the area, and includes one drink and enough food samples to make up a meal. Additional drinks are available for purchase.

History & Nature With Your Wine?

This Tour is NOT just a Wine Tour but also History and Nature Tour. One hour from Halifax is Wolfville and Grand Pre National Historic Site the first stop on Tour. Explore the natural beauty of the Annapolis Valley & Nova Scotia’s Wine Country. You will visit Fox Hill Cheese as well as three Award winning Vineyards including Luckett’s, Lightfoot and Wolfville and Planter’s Ridge where you can try Nova Scotia’s finest wine Tidal Bay. You will also see stunning Views & Vistas of the Bay of Fundy from Blomidon Look-off Provincial Park. We also will visit Halls Harbour to SEA the Highest Tides in the World and a great spot for lunch.

Want to explore one of Maryland’s Wine Regions?

Discover the distinctive wines and vineyards of Maryland’s Westminster wine region on a 5-hour wine tour with an experienced guide. Learn why the region’s buttery Chardonnay has racked up awards, and enjoy a fun mix of heritage and innovation as you trace a route from vineyard to vineyard. Taste local wines, meet the winemakers and tour wineries, with light snacks to help soak up your samples. Enjoy picture-perfect views of trellised grapes and fields as you take in the best of Western Maryland.

Last but not least, are you looking for a more luxury experience?

Admire spectacular Baltimore views—and see the city’s top sights from the air—on a helicopter tour. Pick between multiple flight durations to suit your preferences, and upgrade for a private experience. Then, take to the skies, where you can spot highlights like Fort McHenry, the U.S. Naval Academy, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and more. Your tour also includes dinner at either Ruth’s Chris Steak House or The Capital Grille.

There you have it. I hope this helps you get out and explore more of what Maryland has to offer. What tours have you experienced or plan to add to your list? Head over to our Facebook page and share with your fellow food and wine lovers.

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