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WINE, BEER, AND SPIRITS EXPERIENCES
Cheers! We're welcoming returning Mixolo host,The Vineyards at Dodon to the Mixolo Collective©️.
It's officially peak going out(side) season. Come out and enjoy the tours and tastings at The Vineyards at Dodon with Mixolo. You'll find Dodon's breathtakingly beautiful working farm and vineyard nestled in the gentle hills of Davidsonville, Maryland, between Baltimore and Washington, DC.
The Vineyards at Dodon
391 Dodon Rd
Davidsonville, MD 21035
While all tours and tastings are available to the public, if you'd like a shared experience, you may sign up for scheduled Mixolo days at Dodon.
Feel free to sign up for any day you choose,let them know you heard about them through MIXOLO. They'll do their best on those days to help you connect with any other solo adventurers.
GO: INTRODUCTORY TOUR & TASTING
A comprehensive, unrushed introduction
Appointments on Saturdays & Sundays at 3 pm and other times with advanced booking
The Introductory Tour & Tasting begins with a description of the property led by a knowledgeable member of the Dodon team while enjoying a welcome pour of Dodon's Rosé. We then proceed to the East Vineyard, explaining how we blend classical farming practices with modern technology to create a diverse yet balanced ecosystem. Following a cellar and barrel room tour, the visit ends with a seated tasting of Dodon Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Stocketts Run, and South Slope and a discussion of the nuances of Dodon's terroir. Please allocate ninety minutes. Price: $45 per person.
If you'd like to go with Mixolo, we'll be there on Saturday, July 8, at 3:00PM. When asked to answer a few questions on the Tock reservation and ticketing platform, click to confirm and indicate where you heard about Dodon, then type: MIXOLO,
More about The Vineyards at Dodon
The Vineyards at Dodon has elevated Maryland winemaking with its environmentally sensitive practices on their 555-acre working family farm. They know that the structure and texture of a wine, not to mention the overall quality, is dependent upon the structure and texture of the soil.
The winemakers' ecologically sound practices for producing wines from grapes compatible with the soil in the region result in rich, balanced aromatic wines. The "living" soil directly impacts the exquisitely complex flavors that Dodon wines present.
From The Vineyards at Dodon website: "It started with the decision to grow international vinifera varieties - Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Despite the challenges of growing these varieties in our region, careful preparation, attention to detail, and painstaking viticulture have demonstrated the benefits of this decision. Dodon now has more than 31,000 vines densely planted over 17 acres in three adjacent vineyards."