• 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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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.