From Washington, D.C, hop on 1-66 West and drive about 50 miles to Delaplane, Virginia. The area is known for fox hunts, farm-to-table agriculture, expansive country estates, and more
Cork Hounds made the trek, with our dachshund mascot, Greta from our home base in DC to Paso Robles, California to attend the 11th Annual Wine4Paws charity event. Paso Robles
About half-way between Los Angeles and the Bay Area is the small town of Paso Robles. If it wasn’t for the massive amount of viticulture going on in this
South of Washington, D.C. and north of Richmond, VA is the town of Fredericksburg, VA. Fredericksburg was a prominent port in Virginia during colonial times and during the Civil
This may be a surprise to you (it was to us): New York state is a top wine producer in the United States -- coming in 3rd behind California and
I grew up in a large family living in Michigan surrounded by lakes. But we never spent time vacationing at them because my mother distrusted lake water. Therefore, every summer
When you think of Arkansas you probably don't think of 'wine country,' but I'm here to tell y'all...
We ain't just moonshine and banjos!
Since the late 1800's immigrants
I lived in Atlanta, Georgia for 12 years, and in all that time I never ventured north toward the mountains, despite being able to see them from my condo in
My Cork Hound co-founder Jeremy, recently had friends in town for the weekend and we decided to spend some of the time exploring a dog-friendly vineyard in southern Maryland. So,
On a windy fall weekend, Cork Hound cofounder, Jeremy, our pups, Greta and Bentley and I, headed out from the D.C. metro area to visit Cape Charles, Virginia. Cape
Hello Cork Hounders! My co-founder, Jeremy and I recently took a road trip to Charlottesville, VA with our dachshunds Bentley and Greta. Naturally, we used corkhounds.com to discover some
Want to hit the open road with your pup by your side? Nothing can be more fun than going on an adventure with your loyal companion (using Corkhounds.com as
Mixed among rolling hills, Amish farms, Pennsylvania Dutch architecture and rural life, is Lancaster PA’s wineries. Pennsylvania may not be an obvious place for great wines but you’ll
Maritime traditions, colonial roots and crab cakes. Maryland’s capital, Annapolis, has them all. And in the area just outside the city, you can explore viticulture in action as wineries