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Big Cork Vineyards, Rohrersville

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
Big Cork Vineyards is centered in the historic rolling hills of southern Washington County, MD. a few miles from other historic tourist attractions such as the Antietam Battlefield, Harpers Ferry, the Appalachian Trail and the C&O Canal.

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  • Loved t he wine and would recommend to anyone visiting. Staff were very helpful! Great place to visit 
  • In the area checking out Antietam and the national parks and needed a little break. So glad we found this place. The building and surrounding area is beautifully, you can sit outside on the covered de...  read more »
  • After the 1st visit we knew we had to return & take friends with us. The ambiance is exceptional & live music is good. The wine sampling was professional. 
  • Really nice casual atmosphere with good wines. They had great food but now encourage you to bring your own. Call ahead and check their hours and opening times. It can be sketchy.
  • Planned on stopping by for a tasting after camping. Ended up staying for about 5 hours. Staff is friendly and very knowledgable - Montez was great! Tasting room and patio is beautiful. Corn hole and Bocce ball available to play. Dogs are welcome. Wine is terrific!
  • Very nice and scenic views. Very nice and helpful people. They have food that you can purchase if you forget yours
  • Just went there today. It is Great. The white wines are very good - try the Russian Kiss, very unique taste - and the reds are good although we're not big a red wine fans. But the setting and tasting room is worth the visit even if you aren't a big wine person. They serve lunches, cheese and crackers as well as wine in a casual inside dining setting or on their patio. We were very impressed and we've been to many, if not most, wineries in Maryland and Northern Virginia. Go, it is worth the trip through the beautiful rolling hills and small scenic towns. If you live around Baltimore or Washington and haven't felt a reason to venture out into the western portion of Maryland this is a good reason to go.
  • Very good Malbec. Friendly staff. Great view. Looking forward to going again