Janemark Winery and Vineyard is located in Southern Prince George’s County, a 45-minute drive south of our nation’s capital. The owners, Jane and Mark, wanted to bring their love of Napa Valley wine country to the east coast and planted Janemark’s first grapevines in 2013. Committed to sustainability, Janemark has successfully transformed fields that once grew tobacco into fields that produce some of the best grapes and wines that Maryland has to offer along with transforming an old tobacco barn dating back to the 1930s into a one of a kind wine tasting experience.
Fridays: 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Saturdays: 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Sundays: 12:00 – 5:00 pm
The last wine flights and wine is served 30 minutes prior to closing.
At closing time we ask guests to begin gathering their things and begin to exit.
Policies and Procedures
As we continue renovations of our tasting barn, we will continue to offer outside seating only at this time. Upon arrival please check in with the host and a JWV team member will show you to a table. Please do not seat yourself. All seating has been arranged and we ask that guests refrain from moving any tables or chairs. Once a team member has shown you to your table you may not move to another table. Seating is on a first come, first-served basis. As we move into the fall weather and cooler temperatures we suggest you bring along a jacket and lawn chairs as we have limited picnic tables on the lawn.
Wine and Offerings
You may purchase wine tasting flights, bottles, wine by the glass, slushies, sangria by the glass or pitcher, cheese and charcuterie boxes. Please see the tab labeled “wines” at the top of this page for a list of our available wines.
You may not decorate your table for a celebration, including balloons, table cloth, candles, confetti, glitter, streamers, gift bags, party favors, etc.
Music & Food Trucks
We have live music every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (please refer to our Facebook page for schedule). You may not bring your own speakers to play music and we ask you to be mindful of other guests around you that are enjoying the quiet country setting. We have food trucks on select Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Groups and Reservations
We are unable to accommodate tour buses and limousines. If your group is between eight and twelve, please call or email for pricing and availability to make a reservations. If you group is larger than twelve, please call for pricing information for a private event.
Outside Alcohol and Coolers
No outside alcohol is permitted per State law. Violators will be asked to leave immediately and will be banned from the winery. No large coolers are allowed. Personal coolers are permitted and we reserve the right to inspect coolers and insulated cups.
For the comfort of all our guests we do not allow smoking on our farm. This means the entire property.
Outside Food and Picnics
You may bring a picnic/snack items to enjoy. You may not bring platters of food, crock pots, steamed crabs, etc.. You may not set your food up on a table other than the table you are seated.
Pets & Children
Your pets are welcome and they must be on a leash at all times and we ask that you clean up after your pet. Your pets may not go near or in the vineyard.
Children are welcome, if space is available. Children must remain seated at all times for their safety and the comfort of other guests.
If we have inclement weather you may stay under our covered porch or seek shelter in your car as we cannot provide shelter in our Tasting Barn.
Shirts & Shoes
Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times.
We ask that you not enter our vineyard at any time. You may stand on the outside of the vineyard to take photos but please do not enter the rows. You may not use our grounds for professional photo shoots.
Estate Grown Wines
Many wines are estate grown from our Foxes Den Vineyard and Four Degrees Vineyard. Janemark Winery & Vineyard is proud to produce Maryland-grown wines from our family’s generations old property.
Farm Dating Back to 1877
The Townshend-Vogt family farm was acquired by co-owner, Jane’s, great-great-grandfather in 1877. Originally used as a tobacco farm for 93 years, the land now cultivates some of Maryland’s finest grapes to enrich our delicious wines.