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Romano Vineyard and Winery

Romano Vineyard and Winery Founded by Joseph and Jo-Ann Romano, Romano Vineyard and Winery is located south of Washington, D.C., in the scenic rural tier of Prince George's County, Maryland. Our family is committed to producing small lots of handcrafted wine from the grapes grown in our vineyard and those of carefully selected custom growers.

From Baltimore: Take I-97 S. Keep right at the fork, and merge onto US 301 S / US 50 W. Take exit 13A to merge onto US 301 S / Blue Star Memorial Hwy. / Crain Hwy. toward Richmond. Take a left onto Croom Station Road. Turn left onto MD 382 / Croom Road. Turn right onto Bald Eagle School Road, and travel .5 miles to the winery entrance on the right. From Washington, D.C. or Virginia: Head south on Branch Ave/ MD Rt 5 toward Waldorf. Take a left onto Brandywine Rd / Rt. 381 for approximately 6 miles. Slight left onto Baden Westwood Rd. just after Baden Fire House on the left. Continue on Baden Westwood Rd. making a hard right corner by the elementary school. Take a left onto Bald Eagle School travel 1.5 miles and the winery entrance will be on the left.

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15715 Bald Eagle School Road, Brandywine, MD, US, 20613 Email:
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