Links Bridge Vineyards is located on the right bank of the Monocacy River, midway between the towns of Utica and Woodsboro. We are 20 minutes north of historic downtown Frederick, Maryland.
Tasting Room Schedule
Right now we’re on our traditional “winter break.” During this period, which lasts through the end of January, we’re open by appointment only. In February we return to our normal schedule:
December 16, 2020 – January 31, 2021
By appointment–give us a call! (301-466-2413)
February 1, 2021 onward
Saturdays and Sundays 11am-6pm
By appointment (301-466-2413) on other days
We’d like you to try the wines on our tasting menu in a friendly, “sit down and compare them to one another” way. We hope you will make notes as you taste and share them with us. And of course we’re happy to tell you whatever we can about the wines you’re tasting and how they were grown and made.
We charge $10 per person for wine tastings. However, we will forego the tasting charge for anyone who purchases both a tasting and two or more bottles of wine.
Other Important Stuff
Under the farm winery laws of Maryland, wine or other alcoholic beverages not produced by us may not be served or consumed on our farm.
We are dog-friendly, but ask that you keep your dog on a leash while here. We have a few free-range chickens and a somewhat territorial dog of our own, and have adopted this policy to promote a peaceful environment for our customers.
Finally, we are located on a quiet rural road–please drive sedately when you come to visit!
How to Find Us
The map below provides our address and directions for getting here.
We’re located on Old Links Bridge Rd, but our mailbox is on Ramsburg Rd. The sign on top of the mailbox will point you in the right direction!
We have begun our brief “winter break,” which lasts until the end of January. During this period, we are open by appointment only–just call 301-466-2413. We will return to our normal weekend schedule at the beginning of February.
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