- Published: Monday, 08 September 2014 17:19
Historical Bohemia Manor Farm reborn as elegant Chateau BuDe Vineyard & Winery
Travelers of Chesapeake Wine Country have been curious about the beautiful slope of 14,000 new vines gracing the northern shore of the Bohemia River in Cecil County. Now wine aficionados and history lovers can sip wines at one of the most beautiful and oldest historic properties on the Eastern Shore of Maryland - Augustine Herman's Bohemia Manor Farm circa late 1600's.
The winery comes to us from two families dedicated to producing exceptional wine from quality vines. Co-owner Brenda Dedrick says BuDe's vineyard has a micro-climate and soil similar to the Bordeaux region of France and they will be looking to apply the knowledge and wine science from experts in that area to their distinctive river clime.
The owners are currently building an extensive winery facility but have dedicated a rustic open barn and vineyard side picnic area for wine tastings this summer. Tasting Hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays 2:00 pm to 7:30 pm and Friday through Sunday 11 am to 7:30 pm.
To learn more visit Chateau BuDe's website.