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VOTE TODAY! Big Cork Vineyards as Best Wine Tasting Room

VOTE TODAY! Big Cork Vineyards as Best Wine Tasting Room

 
HAGERSTOWN, MD (July 13, 2021) – The Washington County Department of Business Development is proud to announce Big Cork Vineyards is in the running to be named in the top 10 for USA Today’s 10 Best Readers Choice contest for ‘Best Wine Tasting Room’ in the United States. Washington County Agricultural Business Specialist Leslie Hart said, “Big Cork Vineyards is an excellent place to relax and enjoy the views over southern Washington County and sample award-winning wines. Support Big Cork today by voting at the link below.”
 
Votes can be cast once a day and voting will end at noon on August 2, 2021. Vote today to put Big Cork at number one in the nation!
 
For additional information, please contact Washington County Agricultural Business Specialist Leslie Hart at 240-313-2284 or [email protected].
 
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