Winery Curbside Pickup and Take-Out Schedules As you know, under the direction of Governor Murphy’s Executive Order No. 107 wineries can continue to sell wine but only in original containers and by the case. Below is a schedule of what each winery in New Jersey is doing in regards to sales, including whether they are…

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Based on Governor Phil Murphy’s executive order issued March 16 wineries can remain open in the state of New Jersey but only for the sales of wine in original containers. Wineries cannot conduct wine tastings or hold events, and no wine can be consumed on premise. Some of our wineries have already elected to stay…

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The Garden State Wine Growers Association is grateful for the loyal support of all our customers that visit our wineries statewide. The health and well-being of our patrons is of paramount importance to us. We as an Association have issued Best Practices Guidelines to our wineries to supplement the guidelines issued by the Center for…

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Winery Events Are Cancelled

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, the Governor has issued the Executive Order prohibiting any wine tastings events at this time.
Based on the Governor’s Order No 107 wineries can remain open but only for sales in original containers. There can be no wine tastings, events or drinking of wine on-premise.
Please check with wineries through their websites and social media channels to see if they are open for sales. Also check if they are offering direct shipping.
Visit this link for a listing of current winery operations.