Our Wines

Join us for a tasting Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays from 11- 6 and Sundays from 12- 6, or attend one of our many events held throughout the year.

With three Gold Medals in the 2010 Maryland Governor’s Cup Competition and Best in Class titles in the International Eastern Wine Competition, International Women’s Wine Competition, and the Governor’s Cup, our wines seem to speak for themselves.

Jealous Mistress

Jealous Mistress

Jealous Mistress is a semi-dry red. Goes well especially with Asian or Mexican food. A great wine to just sit around and enjoy with friends.

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Merlot

Merlot

Knob Hall's wonderfully smooth Merlot is perfectly balanced – drink now or in 3-5 years. A premium wine.

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Vidal Blanc 2009

Vidal Blanc – The Ultimate Wine for Seafood. This grape produces a white wine that is fruity and aromatic.

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Rose

Rosé — Dry

Knob Hall's Rosé received a Gold Medal and Best in Class in the 2010 Maryland Governor’s Cup Competition!

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Chambourcin

Chambourcin – a fruity yet full-bodied red wine that is ready to drink now or can be put down for several years. Chambourcin has great colour and aromas and goes well with pork, lamb, pizza and pastas!

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Le Rêve Rouge

Light bodied with soft tannins red blend wine. Flowery and fruity notes on the nose. Fruity raspberry flavors. Matches with everything from popcorn to ribs to burgers.

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Vidal Blanc 2010

2010 Vidal Blanc (Semi-Dry) — A medium-sweet white wine with hints of minerals, melon and apple. Great anytime for a picnic or party!

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Tryst

A medium-dry white wine that is crisp, tropical, aromatic and spicy. A good match for Asian or spicy foods.

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Knob Hall Rose Medals

Rosé – Semi-dry

This is a slightly sweet style of Rosé perfect for barbecues and picnics. For anyone who prefers sweeter wines, this will be the wine for them. Reminds one of the Rosé you could find on the Left Bank of France.

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