Reggae Wines Will be savored at the Maryland Seafood Festival in Annapolis, Maryland

The delightful taste of seafood from the waters of Maryland and the fascinating taste of award-winning Reggae Wines will tantalize your taste buds at this 45-year event. The festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday, September 6 & 7, 2014 at Sandy Point Park, Annapolis, Maryland.

The Maryland Seafood Festival is an Annapolis tradition, an event held annually for more than 45 years, featuring The Capital Crab Soup Cook-off, live music performances, craft booths and family activities. Maryland’s top restaurateurs and chefs participate in a weekend festival showcasing the great seafood that the state has to offer while bringing people together from all over the East Coast. The Maryland Seafood Festival and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) have partnered to bring the Maryland Fishing Challenge, featuring Diamond Jim finale to this year’s festival.

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Gold medal award-winning wines: Reggae White, Reggae Blush, and Reggae Red known for their crisp, fruity and fresh tastes will delight you for the entire day.

Reggae winesREGGAE RED ****
Sweepstakes Winner - 2012 Long Beach Grand Cru
Best of Class - 2012 Pacific Rim Wine Competition
Gold Medal - 2012 Pacific Rim Wine Competition
Gold Medal - Tasters Guild International Wine Competition 2012
Best-selling Reggae Red knows its way around a party. This bottle of fun, fruity awesomeness knows no bounds. Pair with your next barbeque or a hammock on a lazy Saturday.

Gold Medal – 2013 Florida State Fair International Wine Comp.
Reggae White is crisp, fresh, and ready to please. If you’re looking for food pairings, crab cakes are a great idea. Mix with melon rum and discover Reggae Tango!

BEST BLUSH – 2013 Florida State Fair Intl. Wine Competition
Double Gold Medal – Tasters Guild Intl. Wine Competition 2012
A day at the beach wouldn’t be complete without Reggae Blush, bursting with citrus flavors and attitude. Mix with pineapple rum for Reggae Passion!

By: Karl A. Haughton



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