FIRST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH, 5-9PM Our next Locals Night is Friday, July 1, from 5-9pm! Continuing our series of Locals Night, we’ll be hosting Local Harvest wood-fired pizza, rocking out to an Americana playlist curated by our staff, and offering by the glass specials of current releases and library wines.  No entrance fee or reservations.


GROUP THERAPY + SUNDAY PICNICS These weekly events offer a unique opportunity to enjoy our wines by the glass or bottle on the farm where they were grown and made. They feature live background music, lawn games, and local food trucks. Due to high demand, reservations are required. Reservations may booked ahead of time through…


FRIDAY, JULY 22 5-9PM We’re still finalizing the details on this one, but please save the date!


FRIDAY, JULY 22 5-9PM Bring out the whole gang for a fun filled night of activities including water balloon toss, face painting, bocce and corn hole, and free hot air balloon rides! No entrance fee or reservations.


FRIDAY, JULY 15, 6PM & 7:30PM Winemaker Mike Beneduce will lead guests through an in-depth tasting of over a dozen of his favorite bottles dating back to our debut 2011 vintage. Price includes wine tasting, an etched wine glass, and our locally produced cheese and salumi platter. Reservations required; two seatings will be offered, one…


FRIDAY, JULY 8, 5-9PM To celebrate the upcoming release of our estate grown 2021 Dry Riesling, we’re bringing back OYSTERFEST! Metropolitan Seafood will be serving up freshly shucked oysters, (alongside fresh crab claws, lobster rolls, and more!) to pair with our Dry Riesling. The night kicks off at 5pm, with live music performed by James…


This year’s Sweetheart Tastings will feature seven wines, including our newly released 2020 Tuxedo and some specially curated from our deep library of sold out vintages. Each selection is paired with thoughtfully crafted local cheese, salumi and artisanal truffles to give you and your sweetheart a memorable tasting experience that will have your taste buds…

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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…


Edward Antill and William Alexander, foundation winemakers in New Jersey Technically, New Jersey’s wine history dates back to 1758, when Great Britain’s Royal Society offered cash to anyone who could make wine that rivaled that of France. Garden State residents William Alexander and Edward Antill successfully took on the challenge, earning about £200 and Judgement…


The Garden State Wine Growers Association, recently hosted a Zoom presentation April 30, 2021 on the history of the Blaufränkisch/Lemberger grape by noted wine grape geneticist Dr. José Vouillamoz, best known for his foundational contribution to Wine Grapes. In addition to his talk about the history and unique characteristics of the grape Dr. Vouillamoz also…

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