The Maryland Wineries Association is urging residents to “Eat-Drink-Go LOCAL.” The campaign, launched last week in collaboration with local farmers and chefs, will feature three open-air, market-style events across the Free State to promote local agriculture, including wine. The events will be July 9 at Carroll Creek Park in Frederick; Aug. 13 in North Beach; and Oct. 22 in downtown Silver Spring. Admission is free, though a “tasting pass” for wine samples will cost $15 and a “Food and Wine Pairing Pass” will be $25, for some special pairings and extra souvenirs. Sounds like a great way to explore the local bounty.
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