Contact: Devon Perry
+1 (856) 761-9986
Executive Director, GSWGA



Celebrate the holidays with New Jersey Wines

November 24 – 26, 2023

Haddonfield, NJ (November 8, 2023) – Garden State Wine Growers Association – a coalition of 60+ New Jersey wineries and vineyards supporting the Garden State’s wine industry through information, resources, and advocacy – announces that its popular New Jersey Holiday Wine Trail Weekend will run from November 24 (Black Friday) through November 26, 2023.

During the weekend after Thanksgiving, the Garden State Wine Growers Association and participating wineries will host the New Jersey Holiday Wine Trail Weekend. This event follows 2023 New Jersey Wine Week, which takes place from November 13 through November 19. 

Wineries across the state have put together a diverse lineup of events and activities designed to cater to a wide range of interests and tastes. Participants can explore holiday bazaars and peruse craft vendors, cozy up by fire pits while indulging in delectable offerings from food trucks, groove to live music, get their picture taken with Santa, try their luck in raffles, and much more, all while enjoying the exceptional wines of New Jersey amidst the scenic vineyards. And make sure to pick up a bottle of wine or two for your holiday table!

For a list of New Jersey wineries and to learn more about the  2023 Holiday Wine Trail Weekend events taking place, please visit our website for a calendar of events at New Jersey wineries:

“The holiday season is all about cherishing moments with loved ones, ” says Devon Perry, Executive Director of the Garden State Wine Growers Association. “Every New Jersey winery is a family-owned gem. What better way to show your support for local growers and small businesses than by visiting one of our homegrown wineries? The New Jersey Holiday Wine Trail Weekend offers a local, festive weekend that provides the perfect opportunity to uncover the hidden treasures of New Jersey’s wine country!”

With over 60 wineries and vineyards in four distinct American Viticultural Areas, there’s always a New Jersey winery nearby. The four American Viticultural Areas (AVA) are the Warren Hills AVA, the Cape May Peninsula AVA, the Central Delaware Valley AVA and the Outer Coastal Plain AVA. Vineyards across New Jersey grow more than 80 grape varieties, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sangiovese, Albarino, and Chardonnay. New Jersey’s wineries also produce a wide array of fruit wines, and New Jersey is one of the top producers of wine in the country.

About Garden State Wine Growers Association
The Garden State Wine Growers Association is a non-profit organization of New Jersey-based wineries, vineyards and allied businesses. It serves as a centralized information repository, resource and clearing house for industry members, and offers a unified voice advocating for issues important to the entire range of New Jersey winery and vineyard operations. Central to this mission are efforts toward branding, marketing, public relations, education, and legislation and regulation for the furtherance of the vineyard and wine industries in the Garden State. For more information, visit