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Covering over two million acres in southeastern New Jersey, the Outer Coastal Plain AVA was established by the federal government in 2006. With a long growing season of two hundred freeze-free days per year and well-drained sandy soils in low hills, this region is among the best grape-growing area on America’s East Coast. Grapes grown here include French-American hybrids and native American grapes. 10Best Wine Expert Marla Cimini remarks, “This region may be under-the-radar, but it’s growing and has a number of award-winning vintages.”

Garden State Wine Growers Association Members located in the Outer Coastal Plains include:

Bellview Winery
4 JG’s Orchards & Vineyards
Amalthea Cellars Farm Winery
Auburn Road Vineyard & Winery
Autumn Lake Winery
Blue Cork Winery and Vineyard
Cape May Winery
Cedar Rose Winery
Coda Rossa Winery
Hawk Haven Winery
Jessie Creek Winery
Laurita Winery
Monroeville Vineyard & Winery
Natali Vineyards
Plagidos Winery
Salem Oak Winery
Sharrott Winery
Stokelan Winery
Terra Nonno Winery
Tomasello Winery
Turdo Vineyards & Winery
Valenzano Family Winery
Villari Vineyards
White Horse Winery
William Heritage Winery
Willow Creek Winery

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