Father’s Day 2023 (1)

Several wineries are pulling out all the stops this Father’s Day. Take a peek at the thirst quenching  menu of options below. You’re sure to find one that will appeal to the special people you want to honor.

Father’s Day Beefsteak Dinner at Brook Hollow Winery

594 State Highway 94, Columbia

Brook Hollow throws an epic bash for dad every year. This one is set for Sunday, June 18. The entire family will be treated to all-you-can-eat steaks with table side service, and live music. Tickets are $40 for adults, $15 for kids 12 and under.

This is a meal fit for kings: dinner consists of beef tenderloin cooked in butter, served on thin-sliced Italian bread, with sides of French fries and coleslaw. Experienced beefsteak dinner guests (the annual event has become a tradition for many and often sells out) make towers of the bread on their tables to track just how many slices of beef they’ve eaten.

The party kicks off at 4 pm.

Father’s Day Live Music at Sharrott Winery

370 S. Egg Harbor Road, Hammonton

If the main man in your life loves live music and wine, head over to Sharrott Winery for a great lunch and performance by Mike Beck. Sharrott Winery welcomes all, and offers a bucolic setting suitable for families with kids of all ages—although it should be noted that pets aren’t allowed at this one.

General admission is free, and a wine tasting is $8 a person. The tasting includes six samples of Sharrott’s line of award-winning wines, and the tasting comes with a souvenir glass. There will also be a food truck on site serving up delicious wine-friendly lunch fare.

The party kicks off at 10 am, and runs until 1 p.m.

Father’s Day Fiesta All Weekend Long at Alba Vineyard

269 Riegelsville Warren Glen Road, Village of Finesville

Alba Vineyard is pulling out all the stops for dads all weekend long at Alba Vineyard. All of the events are 21+.

On Friday night, Alba is offering a special Prime Rib night with live music from 5-9 pm, with self-guided wine flights of their award-winning wines, priced at $22, $27 and $34. If you opt for a flight, the cover charge is waived. If not, it’s $10 a person.

On Saturday and Sunday, Alba is offering steak specials, meatballs, wood-fired pizza and other options a la carte. Music is $15 a person on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1-4:30 pm.

The party kicks off at 11 am on June 16, and winds down on Sunday, June 18 at 5 p.m. Seating is first come first served for 2-4 adults, but for larger groups, it’s reservation only. Call (908) 995-7800 to reserve a table.

Father’s Day Luau at Bellview Winery

150 Atlantic Street, Landisville

Where do you learn to make ice cream? Sundae School (hehehe) Bring out dad and all of his corny dad jokes on Sunday June 18th from 12pm-5pm to celebrate Father’s Day at Bellview Winery! Bring out the entire family for an afternoon of live music, food trucks, and of course, wine! Admission is free and American Bounce will be here all afternoon for the kids! Wristbands will be $10 for an all day pass into the bounce house.

Father’s Day Tastings and Tour at Balic Winery

6623 Harding Highway, Mays Landing

If you’re looking for a great party with a side of wine education, hit up Balic Winery. Musician R. Douglas Jennings headlines the live music at Balic’s always epic and generous Father’s Day bash.

The event is free of charge to enter. Wine tastings, desserts and optional winery and vineyard tours will also be available a la carte. The party starts at 1 pm on June 18 and winds down at 5 pm.

No matter how you celebrate, remember that Father’s Day + New Jersey wineries make a delicious pairing. Cheers to the dads in your life!

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