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    February 12, 2013

    Tickets on Sale for DLW 2013: Maryland

    Tickets are now on sale for our annual conference in Maryland. You may purchase them by visiting theDLW page on the Maryland Wine Association website.

    This year, we will have:

    • Complimentary continental breakfast.
    • Three (maybe Four) Maryland and regional wine seminars, featuring some of the top names in Maryland and national food and wine.
    • An elegant lunch served with Maryland wines.
    • The Grand Tasting and Twitter Taste-off, where you can sip, tweet and repeat wine from two dozen of the state’s best producers.

    The conference will take place on April 13th at the Tremont Suites Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland. You can find more information here.

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    You must be 21 years or older to participate in the conference.


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