Hidden Hills Farm and Vineyard is thrilled to be an integral part of the advancement of the Maryland Wine Industry. We have just been awarded a Gold Medal for our 2015 Bay Roan Cabernet Sauvignon in the 2017 Maryland Comptroller’s Cup. We were also awarded Bronze medals for our 2015 Pinot Grigio and 2014 Cabernet Franc.
Hidden Hills Farm and Vineyard Owner Robin Sagoskin and General Manager Barbry Williams spoke with The News-Post about the recently opened vineyard off Green Valley Road in Frederick... Get the full story here.
We travel for many reasons, but two reasons stand out for Hidden Hills Farm and Vineyard: Inspiration and education. Rather than reinventing the wheel, we prefer to learn from wineries and vineyards that have already learned the difficult lessons.
In the last few years, Errazuriz has been recognized as perhaps the single top quality producer of Chilean wines. Its wines were either the top-rated or shared the top rating in the last major Chilean reviews from the Wine Spectator, the Wine Advocate, and Tanzer.
As an estate winery, Viña Errazuriz strives to produce the finest wines by controlling every stage of the winemaking process, from grape growing in the Aconcagua, Casablanca and Curico valleys, to winemaking with the most natural techniques. An emphasis is placed on the delicate handling of the wines, with the aim of producing wines with elegance and complexity. It is this dynamism and passion for wine that has made Errazuriz such an internationally respected producer of quality wines. Here are some photos we took...
Viña Quintay is located in the Casablanca Valley, a coastal plain off the Santiago-Valparaiso highway in Chile’s 5th Region. This valley has been internationally considered as the best in Chile for the production of white wines. The winemaking history of Casablanca Valley dates back to the early 1980´s thanks to the area’s climatic characteristics much influenced by breezes from the Pacific and soils suitable for growing grapes. Slowly but surely, it has become one of Chile’s favorite valleys for wine-industry projects.
Here are some pictures we took to give you an idea...