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heatherd

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In the fall:
-S&S in Jessup has a list of all their grapes and juice below. What I like is that they have matching grapes for every juice varietal.
http://sandswinegrapes.com/grapes.html
-Washington Area winemakers orders fall grapes and you can use their crusher/destemmer
http://washingtonwinemakers.org/ and you can get on their mailing list by emailing For questions about grapes contact: Jim Gearing at jimgearing@aol.com

In the spring:
-Annapolis Homebrew has twenty varietals of Chilean juice but no grapes
https://www.annapolishomebrew.com/chilean-wine-juices

I'm not aware of any others, now that Harford Vineyard no longer gets grapes/juice. Let me know if anyone else has resources.
 

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Thanks, it's good to have this as its own thread for updates. I had scoured the other threads for info and price lists, trying to see what I have to drive for. I really wish my lhbs had grapes or juice, they are very basic and more beer focused.
For Washington Winemakers, their address for the mailing list is saba22033@gmail.com, though Jim Gearing also can add you. His email to me about their spring event
"We have a tasting coming up on Sunday, April 14, which will be from 1-4 p.m. at the Casa Italiana. That's the church social hall next to the Church of the Holy Rosary on 3rd St. NW in DC, between F and G.

It's $10 to get in. You get a glass and can sample wines from, usually, a dozen winemakers. The winemakers also bring bread/cheese/things, so you can make it a lunch with wine for $10. Good deal."
 

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Thanks, it's good to have this as its own thread for updates. I had scoured the other threads for info and price lists, trying to see what I have to drive for. I really wish my lhbs had grapes or juice, they are very basic and more beer focused.
For Washington Winemakers, their address for the mailing list is saba22033@gmail.com, though Jim Gearing also can add you. His email to me about their spring event
"We have a tasting coming up on Sunday, April 14, which will be from 1-4 p.m. at the Casa Italiana. That's the church social hall next to the Church of the Holy Rosary on 3rd St. NW in DC, between F and G.

It's $10 to get in. You get a glass and can sample wines from, usually, a dozen winemakers. The winemakers also bring bread/cheese/things, so you can make it a lunch with wine for $10. Good deal."
I'm thinking about going but I have a California trip around that time to see my new grandbabies so not sure it will work out..
 
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