Start at: Boordy Vineyards
Maryland’s oldest winemaking operation, founded in 1945, produces more than two dozen wines, including the 2016 Maryland Governor’s Cup winner, Albariño 2015. Hungry? Boordy hosts food trucks most weekends. Tasting: $8 to $15.
Snack stop: Prigel Family Creamery
Fresh ice cream in such flavors as caramel-pretzel and olive-oil-and-sea-salt. 4852 Long Green Rd., Glen Arm; 410-510-7488.
Next stop: Harford Vineyard & Winery
Peach Kissed, a blend of estate-grown Vidal and Pennsylvania peaches, is a summer fixture on its wooded deck. Tasting: $5 to $8.
Lunch stop: Enotria
Brick-oven pizza, calzones, antipasti, and other goodies to go. 2 Newport Dr., Forest Hill; 410-836-0200.
Last stop: Fiore Winery & Distillery
Two of the owners, Mike and Rose Fiore, were raised in Italy, and many of the winery’s offerings—including a fruity Sangiovese and semidry Prosecco—reflect that heritage. The winery also samples house-distilled limoncello and grappa. Tasting: $5.
Round trip from DC: 166 miles
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This article appears in the May 2017 issue of Washingtonian.