Media Coverage

Wines and Vines Magazine

Terrapin Station Winery Boxed Wines
The 1.5L cube is, Morris Zwick believes, the perfect size for selling his wine.

Maryland Winery's Packaging Stands Out

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

Vineyard & Winery Management Magazine

COVER STORY: The Rise of 3-Liter Box Wines

Photo of Boxed Wines
Eco-benefits and quality contribute to double-digit growth

By Tina Caputo, editor-in-chief

When premium 3-liter bag-in-box wines first entered the American marketplace in 2003, 5-liter boxes ruled the category. The higher quality and smaller footprint of this new generation of bag-in-box wines quickly caught the attention of value-minded wine drinkers, and during the next two years, sales of premium 3L bag-in-box wines jumped 160%, according to Nielsen Company figures. Read the Rest of the Article... in Vineyard & Winery Management Magazine

Terrapin TimeOut on UMTV

Terrapin TimeOut on UMTV with Reporter John Harvey at Terrapin Station Winery

University of Maryland Television (UMTV) Reporter John Harvey takes a look at Terrapin Station Winery, which is owned and run by Alumni Morris and Janet Zwick.