Visit a Wine Trail Region for a Day of Fun
You can still travel during COVID-19 and find a safe haven for fun and entertainment by visiting one of the wine trail regions in the state.
Whether it’s one winery or two or three, you can visit some of the most beautiful regions in the state and enjoy a safe and enjoying wine experience.
You can head down the Garden State Parkway and visit beautiful Cape May, where there are seven wineries to choose from. Open right now are Cape May Winery, Hawk Haven Vineyard, Jessie Creek Winery, Natali Vineyards, Willow Creek Winery and Turdo Vineyards. Or you can travel down to nearby Atlantic and Camden Counties and visit the Hammonton region where multiple wineries await you, including Amalthea Cellars, Bellview Winery, DiMatteo Vineyards, Plagido’s Winery, Tomasello Winery, Sharrott Winery and White Horse Winery.
If you find yourself in the shore area, a winery is the perfect complement to the beach, with great wines awaiting you at Fox Hollow Vineyards in Holmdel and 4 JGS Winey in Colts Neck. Heading into the Central New Jersey you can stop in Princeton at Terhune Orchards or visit Working Dog Winery in nearby East Windsor and then travel to Pennington to have some brick oven pizza and wine at Hopewell Valley Vineyards.
Then, head north to Hunterdon County where you can visit Old York Cellars and Unionville Vineyards minutes apart in Ringoes and then Beneduce Vineyards in Pittstown. You can also travel to Stockton to visit one of New Jersey’s newest wineries, Federal Twist Vineyard.
For those wanting to venture to the North Western part of the state, Warren Hills offers four great wineries to choose from. Brook Hollow Winery in Columbia, Four Sisters Winery in Belvidere and Villa Milagro Vineyards in Phillipsburg, and Alba Vineyard in Milford.
So get ready to set your travel plan for the rest of summer and take a visit to New Jersey wine country.
Plan your visit now by visiting www.newjerseywines.com to find a NJ winery near you and find out their hours of operation and procedures.