March 4, 2021 / News

Open on Weekends Again!

Hello all,

We are delighted to let you know that  beginning this weekend (March 6-7), Links Bridge Vineyards will once again be open Saturdays and Sundays, 11am-6pm, and by appointment on other days.

We hope you’ll soon come by for a visit! We’ll be serving our usual 7-wine tastings, wines by the glass or bottle, and two new charcuterie platter options.  (You’re also welcome to bring snacks or a picnic of your own to enjoy with your wine.)

 We’ll have all the outdoor seating you could want, with no reservations needed.  For the time being, though, we will be limiting indoor seating to two parties at a time, with all the appropriate social distancing.  So if you you’d like to sit inside, please call ahead (301-466-2413 or 301-602-5733) to make sure a seat will be available.  We’re also asking all of our customers, outdoors or indoors, to “mask up” when not actually seated at their tables.

The picture above shows what Links Bridge Vineyards looked like just a week ago.  The one to the left shows what we hope it will look like as soon as it possibly can. Right now, things are somewhere in between.  The weather is variable, the grass is beginning to look green, and the shrubs, trees, and vines have that “I’m thinking about April and May” kind of look.  That’s what early March is like.  But March is also (drum roll)…

 

 

Maryland Wine Month!

Maryland Wine Month is the first month of the year when it’s just warm enough to feel comfortable with the weather, but not so comfortable that you can’t give your full attention to the wine.  It is the ideal time, in short, for a first visit of the year to any number of Maryland’s 90 or so wineries.

Enjoy!

All the best,
Bob & Joan

 

 

 

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