The 1.5L cube is, Morris Zwick believes, the perfect size for selling his wine.
Terrapin Station uses bag-in-box exclusively for its unusual line
by Linda Jones McKee
Elkton, Md. -- Terrapin Station Winery outside Elkton, Md., is located in a state that has tripled its number of wineries in three years. With that kind of explosive growth, how does a new winery offer something special, other than being "new," which lasts only until the next winery opens? Morris and Janet Zwick, the owners of Terrapin Station, have a philosophy that separates their operation from the rest of the recently opened Maryland wineries. Their approach is reflected in Morris Zwick's statement, "I'd rather do something unique than be a 'me-too' guy." Consequently, the Zwicks do not grow Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay; they have no tasting room and they don't use bottles. Read the rest of this article in Wines & Vines Magazine