Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery38 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
- Address: 8650 Mackall Rd, St Leonard, MD 20685, USA, Saint Leonard, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4105862710
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Winery, Family And Kids
Your wish to taste refined quality wines at an enchanting location will surely be fulfilled, once you plan a trip to the Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery. In an eye soothing spot of Calvert County, Maryland, this outstanding winery and its charming vineyards are located. Youwill like each and every drop of wines that this award-winning winery produces. This family-friendly facility offers a cozy tasting room and the staffs of this winery will always attend you in a polite and friendly way. On weekends, the Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery offers live music sessions which is also a nice attraction of this place. From this winery, you can bring back bottles of wines at affordable rates.
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Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery Reviews & Ratings
Beautiful vineyard and tasting room. We’ve gone several times and have always had a wonderful time. The Franc is very good. Overall, you definitely know you are drinking a Perigeaux wine, very distinctive flavor to most.
Thoroughly enjoyed my tasting & tour! Emily was great! She's extremely knowledgeable & made our tasting all the more pleasant. The wines were delicious! Had 3 favorites, Malbach, Petit, & Summer Sunset is the best! The owners were so gracious to give us a tour and personal attention. It was great... So relaxing & the perfect way to spend an afternoon.
I seldom write reviews, but felt compelled to here. We drove down from Pasadena, MD having never been to this vineyard. We've frequented several vineyards from both coasts and several within Maryland itself. While not experts, we do know quite a bit about wine. This wine was by far, the worst we've tasted from a local vineyard! We did a tasting and most had a very weird/odd taste (as indicated by others). The chardonnay was almost orange in color in lieu of the yellow/clear. When questioned, we were told they fermented a batch of red and did not correctly rinse the vat before running the chardonnay, hence the off color. While we understand you do not wish to waste in business, this was not the way to entice people to visit. This batch should have been disposed of. While there, we watched an entire party of 6 leave their wine glasses 3/4 full on the table and walk away. They also had a problem with the wines. I would suggest the owner reconsider the pressing process of his wine and/or the employment of his master vintner. They do not know how to make wine at all. In addition, the wine price structure for a local vineyard was way off the mark. We were charged $38 for the chardonnay. Most local vineyards (especially those trying to be recognized) charge between $20-$25 (Boordy, Fiore, Dejon). This is not a bottle of Dom Perignon for goodness sake! As there were very few people who stayed, we can only assume that had the wine been better and less pricey, they'd draw in more people wanting to stay. I'm still giving them 2 stars as the grounds and seating arrangements were wonderful! The music was also well performed and the young lady in the wine shop was extremely courteous and knowledgeable. Please consider changing your wine structure and I'm sure you'll see an increase in patronage.
Beautiful vineyards and tasting room. Yet the wines did not taste good at all. I'm not an afficianado, yet they tasted like pickle juice. I was surprised the wines tasted as bad as they did. I asked my friend who was with me (and drinks decently good wines regularly), if the wines tasted as bad to him as they did to me, he confirmed. The wine they don't use pesticides on the grapes tasted better than the other wines they have, but I wouldn't want to drink it again.
Came in for a one day winery vacation. This was our first stop. The tasting room was supposed to be open at 12. The volunteer was very nice and said she was waiting on the boss. He had to be there to serve the wine and would be there 15-20 mins. Well, about 40 mins later he never showed up so we left. The atmosphere was absolutely gorgeous. I felt like I was in heaven, but it was a wasted trip up there.