Surrounded by some of the most beautiful Chesapeake Bay shoreline and centrally located in Maryland, Anne Arundel County is in many ways the heart of our wonderful state. What better way to celebrate a gorgeous day by the Chesapeake Bay than with dozens of area wineries, culinary artists and master artisans? Now in its third year, Wine On The Water offers a high-end, all-encompassing festival that features a variety of vendors, musicians and attractions.

  • New layout has expanded into the field to allow more space with wineries and vendors spread throughout both sides.
  • More food vendors – enjoy a diverse selection of delicious eats, including crab dip bread bowls, Hawaiian pulled pork tacos, reuben quesadillas, tuscan smoked tomato soup, gourmet cheese steaks, crabby mac & cheese, truffle asiago fries, apple fritters, brick oven pizza, cinnamon roasted nuts, cheesecake bites, and more.
  • More entertainment – grab your friends and check out the variety of musical acts scheduled for the day, ranging from Caribbean steel drum to jazz to a Beatles cover band to a Nashville recording country star and more. We’ll also have plenty of other fun setups, including a Wine On The Water selfie station, wine glass painting, and more!
  • And of course, unlimited wine sampling from all of our participating wineries along with a souvenir Wine On The Water wine glass!

  Check out our video from last year’s festival!

About Kurtz’s Beach

Located in Pasadena, Maryland, Kurtz’s Beach originally opened 83 years ago as a bathing beach. Today, the family-owned and operated venue hosts a variety of events, from weddings to fundraisers to festivals and more. The property boasts outdoor pavilions, a sprawling 10-acre field, a newly renovated indoor facility, a bay-front gazebo/patio area, and more.

Kurtz’s Beach is located at 2070 Kurtz Avenue Pasadena, Maryland 21122.

To learn more about Kurtz’s Beach visit their website.

Our 2017 Beneficiary

Cancer touches almost everyone. One in three people will get one form or another. Which is why the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center built the Tate Cancer Center in Glen Burnie, Maryland, so that expert care could be given close to home. Named for Creston and Betty Jane Tate, the Tate Cancer Center is affiliated with the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of the country’s leading hospitals in the treatment of blood, brain, breast, lung and prostate cancer.

Kurtz’s Beach is proud to support the UM BWMC’s Tate Cancer Center through the Wine on the Water Festival. Please find more information about the Tate Cancer Center at


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