It’s been a couple weeks since the last grapes were picked and plucked in New Jersey. The frosts in mid-October did no damage to the fruit that was hanging, but essentially kills the canopy of foliage, halting any additional photosynthesis and ripening of the fruit. Now the grapes have been pressed and fermented, lying in…

The roots of history run deep through New Jersey’s soils. Many of its wineries and vineyards are perched atop this tangled past of colonial, Revolutionary, agricultural and economic antiquity which collectively give New Jersey an incredible historical heritage to boast about. These elements come together at a most special property in NJ wine country- the…

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