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Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery, Saint Leonard

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  • We take a mini getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city to go chill at Perigeaux. The tasting room is cozy, the yard--with comfy chairs for lounging and sipping--is peaceful and the folks are ve...  more »
  • The tasting room and vineyard itself was beautiful. A few small bistro tables inside with AC (nice on a hot summer day). Someone was celebrating a birthday with at least six friends when we arrived. B...  more »
  • The location of the vineyard is pretty and the tasting room was nice. Not too large or too small with tables to sit at. The day we went they were having a wedding, so we didn't really get to enjoy the...  more »
  • Great winery near Solomons Island . We took some great bottles of wine home .
  • There was a strong taste of vinegar to most of the wines we tasted.
  • Boy did i just drive two hours for nothing please correct you're website
  • Flat wine, beautiful grounds. Our group of six agreed the wines tasted of vinegar (especially Summer Sunset and Muscato imports). The local Pinot Gris tasted like canned tuna, and smelled like aluminum. Katherine is bitter. Running Hare has better wines and ambiance. Port of Leonardtown makes much better wines (with no vineyard). Hope they get better with age :)
  • Great atmosphere! Mostly dry reds. I personally liked the Katherine. Thank you Olivia, you're a wonderful hostess!