The Garden State Wine Growers Association’s At the Vineyards  show puts the spotlight on vineyards throughout
the state and allows consumers to see how each visit to a winery provides a
unique experience. 

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The At the Vineyards series is funded through  a USDA
Crop Grant and by the Garden State Wine Growers Association.

The newest edition of the At the Vineyards Show features a visit
to Heritage Vineyards in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, which is located in
Gloucester County.  

The Heritage property has been farmed by the Heritage
family for six generations since 1853. Bill Heritage and his wife Penni are the
owners. The farm was originally a peach and apple farm but they elected to turn
to grapes in 1999. In 2001 the winery opened and they have been one of the
state’s best vineyards since, winning the Winery of the Year in 2011, 2014 and
2015 in the NJ Wine Competition.  Heritage Vineyards is located in the
Outer Coastal Plain AVA region.

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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.
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