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Plagido’s Winery in Hammonton Wins Best of Show for its Cabernet Franc in Finger Lakes International Wine Competition  New Jersey Wineries Bring Home 45 Medals Garden State Wine Growers Association wineries once again shined in a blind taste test against wines from throughout the country bringing home 45 medals in the prestigious Finger Lakes International…

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The year 2018 will go down as one of the most rewarding for New Jersey’s wine industry. Although the harvest was certainly challenging due to weather conditions, New Jersey’s vintners had a lot to celebrate in 2018. The Garden State Wine Growers Association released its Economic Impact Study in January revealing New Jersey’s wine industry…

Renault

On December 28, 2018 OceanFirst Bank closed a deal to sell Renault Winery, New Jersey’s oldest winery, to the newly formed Renault Properties LLC.  Josh McCallen, president of Renault Properties LLC and executive with Vivamee Hospitality, told Press of Atlantic City that Renault Winery will continue to operate the restaurants, banquet facilities, hotel, winery and golf course,…

Executive Director Tom Cosentino (left) and Jack Tomasello, Chair present State Senator James Beach with the Garden State Wine Growers Association’s 2017 Legislator of the Year Award. The Garden State Wine Growers Association recently honored State Senator James Beach (D) of the 6th Legislative District as the organization’s 2017 Legislator of the Year for his…

Get a first hand look inside the barrel room at your favorite New Jersey winery and taste future vintages right from the barrel as winemakers explain the wine making process during the annual Barrel Trail Weekend, July 15-16 presented by the Garden State Wine Growers Association. A great behind-the-scenes opportunity to learn about wine making…

The Garden State Wine Growers Association (GSWGA), the advocacy organization that represents over 50 wineries, grape growers and associated member companies in New Jersey today released the first edition of its new At the Vineyard show on You Tube, featuring Four Sisters Winery located in Belvidere, NJ. The At the Vineyard show is funded through…

  • Ray Shea, co-owner of Laurita Winery showcases his winery’s vast tasting room to NJ Secretary of Agriculture Doug Fisher during his visit Nov. 17 to commemorate New Jersey Wine Week.
  • Ray Shea, co-owner of Laurita Winery and Secretary Fisher are flanked by Tom Cosentino of the GSWGA on the left and Assemblyman Ronald Dancer on the right.

New Jersey Agriculture Secretary Douglas H. Fisher visited Laurita Winery on November 17 to help commemorate New Jersey Wine Week, a statewide celebration of Garden State wine making and grape growing. New Jersey Wine Week, observed Nov. 14-21, is a joint promotional effort between the NJ Department of Agriculture and the Garden State Wine Growers…

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