Tilmon's Island Winery produces fine wines from locally-sourced grapes. We also private-label our wines for special events.
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Dame Judith's Red Hat Red: The red wine that started it all at Tilmon's Island. Try it and we bet you will like it too. ($15.00)
Corsica River Cabernet: This Cabernet Sauvignon from Maryland's Eastern Shore will go well with steak or wild game. ($12.00)
Queen Anne's Cabernet: This Cabernet Franc from Queen Anne's County tastes great now and will age with grace for many years. ($12)
Chester River Merlot: A medium-bodied Merlot with a long soft finish. Adds a gourmet touch to dinner or other special occasions. ($12)
Kent Narrows Chianti: Sangiovese grapes have produced a wonderful wine to complement your finest Italian dishes. ($15)
Bay Country Chambourcin: A treat for those who like a fine red wine. Goes great before or with dinner. ($18)
Dame Judith's Red Hat White: A perfect balance of sweet and fruit character that's sure to please the ladies in red and purple. ($15)
Choice: Our best seller –– a fresh, fruity white that goes
perfect with a lighter fare. ($12)
Chardonnay: The Choptank watershed lends its name to this Eastern
Shore treasure. For those who prefer a “dry white.”
Tuckahoe Pinot Grigio: Tart but pleasing,
you must try it at our tasting room. ($15)
Reliance: Grown at Tilmon's Island, only small quantities are available
each year, but we believe you will agree that it is worth the wait.
The almost tropical flavors are truly delightful. ($18)
de Harbor Court: Nectar is known as the “"Drink of Gods"
– Try this blush wine and we think you will agree that it is heavenly.
Hall Rosé: A delightful Rosé from Maryland's
Eastern Shore that will go well with lasagna or spaghetti. ($12.00)
Avon's Dessert: Chardonnay and blueberry juice are blended and fortified
to create this dessert wine. Serve lightly chilled after dinner.
Wood: Merlot and blackberry juice were blended and fortified for
this luscious dessert wine. Serve lightly chilled with fruit
or by itself after dinner. ($10)
Cabernet Franc and raspberries produce a desert wine you will long remember.
Landing Port: When you just want to sip some fine Maryland Wine.