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We made it through the rain! - July 2, 2018

These words sung by Barry Manilow keep running through my head! With record spring rains on Delmarva, the work on the farm and vineyard had been compressed into a small window of time! Everyone on the farm is working full speed ahead.  We are pleased to report that our grapes are doing well with no [.. Read the full article ..]

Layton’s Chance Brings Home Four Medals from 2018 Comptroller’s Cup - June 29, 2018

2017 BoBerry Strawberry Wins “Best of Class – Fruit” and “Gold” Vienna, Md. – June 28, 2018 – Layton’s Chance Winery & Vineyard owners Jennifer and William Layton returned from the 2018 Maryland Comptroller’s Cup with an armful of awards for their efforts, including a coveted “Best of Class” in the “Fruit” category for their [.. Read the full article ..]


 We are constantly asked in the tasting room why we cannot ship to the state of Delaware. Believe me, we would love to ship there, however, Delaware’s laws prohibit us from doing so. Although there have been bills introduced to change this, the only way they will pass is if constituents make enough noise to [.. Read the full article ..]

An easy holiday recipe to wow your guest, WITHOUT cooking! - December 6, 2017

Take it easy this holiday season with offering a wide selection nibbles for your guests without cooking! Gather cheese, nuts, meats, figs, raisins, dates, grapes, cheese straws and crackers. Line a long counter or table with holiday greenery and place small plates or small bowls on top to hold the snacks (this makes a festive [.. Read the full article ..]

Sure, we have all heard of craft beers, but have you ever heard of craft wine? - November 14, 2017

102.5 WBOC’s Corey Phoebus recently paid a visit to Layton’s Chance Vineyard and Winery in Vienna, Md. to learn more about this special type of wine and their upcoming Christmas event. Jennifer Layton, owner of Layton’s Chance, says craft wine is made in smaller batches. They have a craft wine called Impostor which actually tastes like beer. [.. Read the full article ..]

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