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Tasting Room, Knob Hall Winery, Clear Spring Maryland
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Wine tastings and tours are only a part of the experience at Knob Hall. Come be a part of the history of this estate: Enjoy a picnic under a 300 year-old white oak while listening to local musicians Enjoy music by popular groups during our summer concerts Party at our “Winestock” festival while raising money for breast cancer awareness and research “Adopt” grape vines and/or barrels Learn to prune grape vines Pour wines at our festivals and events Enjoy a massage while relaxing with great wines Stomp grapes at harvest From http://www.knobhallwinery.com/about: Have fun participating in our many wine clubs Pick grapes during harvest Relax and connect with nature while enjoying wine Have your wedding, family reunions and other events on the property Knob Hall is a winery for generations: past, present and future. -- Come be a part of the experience!
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