Happy 4th of July!
What wine pairs with fireworks?

Celebrate the Fourth of July with Maggie's award-winning Viognier 2015 or Meritage 2014!
Made from some of the oldest vines on the estate, Maggie's Viognier 2015 was fermented and aged completely in stainless steel and is blended with Petit Manseng,  known for its intense tropical fruit flavors. It has a honeysuckle bouquet and melon, mango and peach flavors. Its crisp finish makes it a perfect accompaniment for summer crab cakes. Try Maggie's favorite crabcake recipe.
Also, Maggie's award-winning Meritage 2014 is a full-bodied Bordeaux-style blend with layers of black cherry, currants and vanilla. It pairs well with steak, hamburgers and hot dogs!
Check Maggie's Awards page for a full list of medals.

DockDogs' Firecracker Splash at Maggie's 
Maggie's vineyard pond is the venue for the Chesapeake Dock Dogs Firecracker Splash - 
the National Wild Card Championship jumping competition - June 30 and July 1-2.
Dock jumping also known as dock diving is a dog sport in which dogs compete in jumping for distance or height from a dock into a body of water.  The event uses one of the winery's four ponds next to 30 acres of Maggie Malick's Northern Virginia vineyards. Dock jumping events have been held in the United States since 2000, and has been broadcast on ESPN.
The competition is part of the Regional Affiliate Club of DockDogs, committed to bringing regional, quality events to our area.  Members include people and dogs from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. 
JULY 1 DETOUR: Saturday, July 1, Hillsboro Village will close Route 9 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. for a parade. 
Option 1: Use westbound  Route 7 and exit at
Round Hill. Continue north on Route 719. Continue north on Cider Mill Road. Turn left onto Route 9. Turn right on Harpers Ferry Road and proceed 5 miles to Maggie Malick Wine Caves.
Option 2: Take Route 287 north to Brunswick, MD. Take Route 478 to Route 340 towards Charles Town, WV. Turn left on Harpers Ferry Road (at the Exxon gas station). Maggie's Wine Cave is 3 miles south of  Route 340 and Harpers Ferry Road. 
Maggie lights the Wine Cave signal!
Calling all wine lovers!

Maggie is looking for Wine Cave Tasting Room associates for the growing and harvest seasons.
Earn an hourly wage PLUS tips AND employee discounts on Maggie's award-winning wines! 
Help visitors learn more about wine and expand your knowledge as well.
Contact us, if you're interested in joining a fun team and pouring wine one or two weekend days a month. 
Wine diamonds are a natural by-product 
If you've ever opened a bottle of wine and noticed small flakes or crystals on the bottom of the cork or bottle, these are known as wine diamonds.
These 'diamonds' are actually potassium bitartrate crystals, or cream of tartar - the powder used in baking to stabilize egg whites or make cakes, breads and cookies fluffier. They occur naturally in wine as it ages and are completely harmless. 
However, most winemakers cold stabilize their wines - a method that prevents tartaric acid crystals from forming after the wine as been bottled. 
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