Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Cove Point Winery (Up to 52% Off)

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Customer Reviews

85 Ratings

Cody was our vintor for our tasting. He was very entertaining and pleasant. He did a great job we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves during our tasting. Good wines. Small tasting room but cozy!
Deanna M. · January 6, 2018
Nice intimate location. The array of wines is phen
Keith A. · December 7, 2017
The winery is a small quaint place that sits off the road, we drove passed it and had to ask where it a city worker where it was. The guy that works there is a one man show who was multi-tasking when we arrived. He makes some of the wines and bottles them. He was VERY knowledgeable and gave us suggestions on which wines to taste. I especially liked that he had a check list for each of us to use.
Barbara L. · September 2, 2017

What You'll Get


Choose Between Two Options

$12 for wine tasting for two ($23 value)

  • 12 wine samples each
  • Two take-home wine glasses
  • Two specialty fudge pairings
  • Chocolates for each person
  • 15% off bottle of wine each

$22 for wine tasting for four ($46 value)

  • 12 wine samples each
  • Four take-home wine glasses
  • Four specialty fudge pairings
  • Chocolates for each person
  • 15% off bottle of wine each

Chardonnay: The Global Grape

Chardonnay’s full-bodied taste makes it one of the food-friendliest white wines. Sample possible pairings with this Groupon guide.

The chardonnay grape can grow nearly anywhere. Given its easygoing nature, it’s little surprise that it produces one of the world’s most popular wines, much as dandelions are the world’s most popular flower. Vines from France to California to Australia burst forth with the pale-green fruit, which vintners convert to white wine in both New World and Old World styles.

New World chardonnays include popular vintages from California’s Russian River Valley and Carneros region. Often relatively high in alcohol, these full-bodied whites may also acquire a buttery or creamy taste through malolactic fermentation, a process that softens the wine’s natural acids. They also often pair well with white meats or pastas in creamy sauces.

Those used to sipping New World chardonnays might be surprised to see what the grape can do in the Old-World style. Crisper and brighter, these so-called white burgundies mingle notes of earth, flint, and other minerals amid their complex fruit. (Côte de Beaune and Chablis are two regions noted for this style within France.) Pairing with seafood and roast chicken can help bring out this style’s crispness.

Of course, this dichotomy oversimplifies things a little bit, since New World producers are starting to come out with less oaky wines, too. Today, some Californian and South American whites are fermented in steel barrels, which yield wine with more acid and fruitiness and fewer wood-sprite tears. As the varietal continues to evolve, oenophiles should expect to read wine lists and bottle labels more closely if they want to accurately predict the flavor of a new chardonnay.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Cove Point Winery


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