The Fun-Spirited Winery!

Our Hours: Friday-Sunday Noon to 6 PM.

Wine Tasting $5 for 9 wines.

Beer Tasting $5 for 5 farm microbrews.

Wine & beer tastings are done throughout the day. Parties of 6 or more please email us here to request a time and date for a group tasting.

If you would like to host a party, bridal shower, birthday, wedding or the like, please email us here for prices and availability 


Pooh and the Blustery Day

Holey moley, now I know how Pooh felt when he and Piglet flew around like a balloon on "Winds-day" (a play on "Wednesday")'s been crazy windy here today. I've seen small animals and birds blow by, all topsy-turvy.

A few updates:

1. April Newsletters went out today, if you didn't get one, email me at and I'll send you one and put you on our email list...

2. We're closed this Friday, April 8. I'm a speaker at a Choptank Electric Cooperative's annual meeting and since I still haven't mastered the art of being in two places at once, our doors will  be closed. BUT open on Saturday and Sunday.

3. Yarn Club on Friday evening 5:30-7:30. I started an Afghan and I want to show it off. Come join us for knitting or crocheting or just to sip wine.

4. In addition to our events this month, I've added "Cowgirl Up" on April 22. More info to come...

Happy Winds!


Del Libro (Book Club)

Our next selection is The Last Days of Summer by Steve Kluger. It's one of my all time favorites and I talked the Book Club into reading it so I could enjoy it all over again.

Can you believe it snowed yesterday? UGH! AWFUL! The winery was so quiet...we only had a few brave souls wander in even though the snow burned off by noonish. I can't wait for summer so the front porch is full of happy wine-drinking people. I do love a party.

I'm getting ready to send out the newsletter for April so if you haven't signed up for our emails, do so soon!




My feet hurt...

...and my back and my neck and my...ok, enough about me.

We've bottled nearly 200 cases of wine in the last 4 days, whew! That concrete is hard hard hard. But the wine is yummy yummy yummy.

Don't forget:

Book Club tomorrow (May 23)

Volunteer Training on Friday, May 24...join us if you plan on pouring for us this year at the Tasting Room or at the Pemberton Wine Festival later this year. 

Can't wait to uncork the Whaleyville Red and Riddle Farm Riesling! YAY!



Yarn Club

...Yep, it's that time of the month again..Yarn Club on Friday, March 11 from 5:30-7:30 pm...last month we had a blast learning the craft from Stacey and working on our own projects. No experience necessary, just a wish to make something beautiful and unique. 

We're all brining something (a covered dish/something to munch on). Not a whole lot of structure but laughs, scarves & afghans & wine. Join us.


I stink!

I stink! I can't believe it's been a month since I posted last. In my defense, I've: "retired" from a full-time job, did several corporate training sessions (I still do HR stuff), racked the Whaleyville Red and Riddle Farm Riesling, hosted a Big Brothers/Big Sisters Fundraising event, celebrated Wine and Chocolate for a  weekend, rode my horse several times, and finished my Quick Book Pro for 2010.


So if you don’t see me here, check into Facebook. Sometimes I show up there.

Our first fancy schmancy newsletter is coming your way next week…if you’re not on our list, email me at and I will put you on.

Hopefully I’ll write soon—before another month goes by.