Wines available:  at this moment, we have 14 wines for sale.  You’ll find a brief summary  below.

Pricing:  the descriptions below indicate per-bottle prices.  However, we offer a 15% discount for any purchase of 12 bottles or more (mixed cases included).

How to purchase:  you can purchase these wines here at Links Bridge Vineyards–just come on by during our regular hours or call for an appointment at other times.

Out of state customers: customers in many states can purchase wines through our online shopping cart, powered by Vinoshipper.


Bottled Spring 2016

 

2014 Cabernet Franc

Dry red–$28

Made from our own Cab Franc vines, which grow in the silty clay soil of a south-facing slope that overlooks the Monocacy River.  A companionable wine for great dining.  Harvested Fall 2014.  Aged in French oak for 18 months.  Bottled April 2016.  ABV 12%.

 

2015 Vidal Blanc

Dry white–$18

This dry Vidal is made from fruit grown at Golden Run Vineyard on Maryland’s eastern shore, where the grapes soak up plenty of sunshine to assure full ripening.  Fragrant, crisp, and refreshing, with good acidity, it makes a perfect pairing with Maryland seafood.  Harvested Fall 2015.  Fermented and aged in stainless steel.  Bottled April 2016.  ABV 13%.


Bottled Spring 2017

 

2015 Cabernet Franc

Dry red–$28

Grown in the silty clay soils of a south-facing slope that overlooks the Monocacy River.  Harvested Fall 2015.  Fermented with ambient yeasts and aged for 18 months in French oak.  Bottled April 2017.  ABV 13.1%.

2016 Chardonnay

Off-dry white–$25

Harvested August 2016 from young vines at Links Bridge Vineyards.  Barrel-fermented with ambient yeasts and aged for seven months in new French oak.  Bottled April 2017.  ABV 13.4%.

 

 

2016 Albariño

Off-dry white–$25

Harvested September 2016 from young vines at Links Bridge Vineyards. Fermented with ambient yeasts and aged for seven months in stainless steel barrels. Bottled April 2017.  ABV 12.5%.

2016 Vidal Blanc

Dry white–$18

This dry Vidal Blanc is made from grapes grown at Golden Run Vineyard on the Chesapeake Bay’s eastern shore.  A light, refreshing, and local complement for your Maryland seafood.  Harvested September 2016.  Fermented with ambient yeasts and aged in stainless steel for 7 months.  Bottled April 2017.  ABV 12.4%.

2016 Vichard

Off-dry white–$20

This delicious white wine is a blend of 68% Vidal Blanc grapes from Golden Run Vineyard and 32% Chardonnay from Links Bridge Vineyards.  Harvested September 2016.  Fermented with ambient yeasts and aged for 7 months in stainless steel.  Bottled April 2017.  ABV 12.5%.


Bottled Spring 2018

 

2017 Vidal Blanc

Dry white–$20

Dry white. Made from Maryland grapes grown at Golden Run Vineyard on the Chesapeake Bay’s eastern shore. Bottled April 2018. ABV 13.6%.

 

2017 Albariño

Dry white–$25

Dry white. Harvested September 2017 from our Riverside vineyard. Aged for seven months in stainless steel. Bottled April 2018. ABV 12.5%.

 

2017 Hillside Chardonnay

Dry white–$25

Dry white. Harvested September 2017 from our Hillside vineyard. Barrel-fermented and aged for seven months in French oak and stainless steel. Bottled April 2018. ABV 13.2%.

 

2017 Riverside Chardonnay

Dry white–$25

Dry White. Harvested September 2017 from our Riverside vineyard. Barrel-fermented and aged in new French Oak for seven months. Bottled April 2018. ABV 13.2%.

 

2016 Cabernet Franc Bin 7

Dry red–$28

Dry Red. Grown in the silty clay soils of our Riverside vineyard. Aged in French Oak for 18 months. Bottled April 2018. ABV 12.5%.

 

2016 Cabernet Franc Bin 10

Dry red–$28

Dry Red. Grown in the silty clay soils of our Riverside vineyard.   Aged in French oak for 18 months. Bottled April 2018. ABV 12.5%.

 

 

2016 Monocacy Blend

Dry red–$30

Dry Red. A 50-50 blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc made from grapes grown at Links Bridge on the right bank of Maryland’s scenic Monocacy River.  Aged in French oak for 18 months. Bottled April 2018. ABV 13.9%.

 


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