A little bit about Frederick Cellars Wine: Devotion to wine ranges from “just a fermented grape beverage” to something bordering on religion. We’re somewhere in the middle—an important, but not all consuming, part of life. We think wine is about discovery. We’re especially passionate about discovering Maryland wines and Maryland wine growing areas. Wines should be fun, not intimidating. And not all wines suit all tastes. Some like big, bold reds, while others prefer a lighter touch. Some like drier, some like sweeter, but all are welcome in our tent.
So, please take a look at our wine selections below. Some selections are from Catoctin Vineyards, which is now part of Frederick Cellars. Regardless of your palate, you’ll find a Frederick Cellars wine to suit it. – Frederick Cellars
Cabernet Sauvignon 2008
Mountain Creek Vineyards
This aromatic table wine is crisp, clean and semi-dry. A slight tartness, with a clean and dry finish. 1% residual sugar. Great with hummus, mushrooms and spinach salads.
This smooth blend with a glorious blush is a semi-dry sipping wine that pairs well with any occasion; 2.5% residual sugar
This semi-sweet red wine is made from Cabernet Franc grown in Washington County. Light-bodied and easy drinking. Enjoy as is or use it to make a great mulled wine or Sangria.
Amedium-bodied dry red blend of Cabernet Sauvignon,Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Syrah. The result is soft tannins with bold fruit.
A semi-dry wine; aromatic and spicy with a hint of sweetness. The perfect accompaniment to any occasion. 1% residual sugar.
A gorgeous dry rosé with hints of peach on the nose and slight strawberry and spice notes on the palette. This is summer in a bottle — a perfect warm-weather wine which is light, refreshing, delicious. Think summer salads and chicken, pork chops or salmon on the grill.
A fruity semi-sweet Riesling/Seyval/Vidal blend; a wonderful sipping wine that pairs well with fish or fowl; 3% residual sugar.
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