Open 11 am to 5 pm

Thursday, Fridays, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Wines from our local grown grapes by the bottle, by the glass or samples.

Wines to sample current Oct 23, 2021

 White Wines  Red Wines

ChardonelLightly oaked, flinty with hints of grapefruit from our flagship vineyard on the shore of the Patuxent River. Shellfish, stuffed rockfish and of course chicken or salads combine beautifully.Calvert County appellation 2017 vintage

Bon Temps RougirLight and refreshing blended Brut Rose' from the Fridays Creek flagship vineyard. Quickly sweep off the red grape skins to allow only a bit of color, cherry, cranberry and plum flavors into the finished wine.

Cayuga White - Varietal wine from our flagship vineyard. Balanced sweetness and crisp acidity; subtle fruit flavors of honeysuckle and tart green apple with a slate like mineral finish. Calvert County appellation, 2020 vintage Rubilee2011 vintage of the Cornell developed red grape Geneva Red, from our flagship Calvert County vineyard. Vibrant ruby red wine with palate of wild cherry, earthy leather and rounded tannin.  
Patio WhiteOur own blend of white grapes, great for enjoying on the patio; tastes of grape and citrus with a balanced sweet finish. Friday AfternoonMaryland Red Wine from hand picked grapes grown in our vineyard. Fruity, sweet and bright aromas, balanced with hints of cocoa and orange. Light tannin, clean finish.
Traminette -Vintage MD Wine from our vineyard. Slight sweetness with an aromatic and floral nose. Tasting of apricot and spicy fruit with honey overtones. Calvert Co appellation 2019 vintage Raspberry Wine - Just raspberries from this years harvest, balanced blend of sweet and tangy strong raspberry aroma from our Calvert County vineyard. Limited supply.

We have indoor seating

with 6' separation  










Bring a picnic if you like and sit outside. 

Just out the 2021 bottling of Fridays Creek Raspberry Wine.
Picked from our own raspberries this summer. No other friuts or store bought flavors, just ripe raspberries. At 5% RS and 25 proof Fridays Creek Raspberry Wine is not as sweet or as boozy as a dessert wine or fruit brandy, but it sure is good as an appertif or sidecar to a chocolate dessert or even with a splash for a Raspberry spritzer. This is a limited bottling from our own harvest, so get a few bottles while supply lasts.
Here's a trick to picking ripe black raspberries, you can't do it by color. Black raspberry varieties such as Natchez or Apache can be dark purple, almost black and can still be quite sour. A ripe berry will fall into your hand with the slightest tug. The problem is that you might tug ten berries to get one to pop of the vine and that's slow. So here's the trick, look at the tiny leaves where the berry meets the vine. If those little leaves are strong and green, move on that berry will be ripe later. Pick the berry where those tiny leaves are brown and shriveled, that berry has got all the sugars it's gonna get and will reward you for your new found knowledge with a burst of flavor.


 Fridays Creek Winery
Tasting Room and Vineyards

 3485 Chaneyville Road
Owings, Maryland 20736

Hours 11 -5
Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon
Phone (410)286-9463





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