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Bees. We couldn’t live without them. About one-third of our food is dependent upon pollination, and bees are the best pollinators we have. They take care of dozens of edible plant varieties, and while grapevines are not one of them—the wind takes on the task of pollinating grapevines—bees are invaluable to healthy, biodiverse vineyards. While…

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While New Jersey’s wine industry dates to colonial days, the height of its early success was from the 1860s to just before Prohibition when wineries flourished in Southern New Jersey, especially in the Egg Harbor City region. Renault Winery, which still is in operation and stands as the second oldest operating winery in the United…

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  New Jersey has become one of the most interesting young regions to watch in the United States. Yes, we’re biased, but if you don’t believe us, Wine Enthusiast, the Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times agree. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the Garden State has become a magnet for young winemakers who want to make…

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