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The Garden State’s wine-producing history spans well over 200 years. New Jersey wines have been winning awards since 1767, when London’s Royal Society of the Arts recognized two New Jersey vintners for their success in producing the first bottles of quality wine derived from colonial agriculture. Today, there are nearly three dozen wineries in the state, with the Renault Winery, dating back to 1864, being one of the oldest in America.

As an ocean state, New Jersey’s climate can be described as maritime. The winds from the Atlantic moderate the temperatures. There are both hillside vineyards - with great exposures to the sun - as well vineyards in the low lands. The soils range from shale and slate to sandy loams and gravel. New Jersey truly is the Garden State. – Description from Appellation America (view original content)

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Popular wines made in New Jersey under $20

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Varietals Produced in New Jersey View all

  • Chambourcin

    Little is known about the exact parentage of Chambourcin. It was a hybrid developed by Joannes Seibel in the Loire Va...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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Popular Wineries in New Jersey View all

  • Westfall Winery

    For the owners of Westfall Winery, wine is not just their business; it is a labor of love. Loren ...

  • Unionville Vineyards

    Unionville Vineyards is an example of New Jersey’s commitment to enabling farmland to exist in th...

  • Balic Winery

    Balić Winery makes more than 27 award-winning wines. With this kind of selection of premium and u...

  • Alba Vineyard & Winery

      The spirit of independence is alive and well, nestled in the Village of Finesville, New...

  • Tomasello Winery

    To make great wine you need hard work and you need passion. Both attributes have been in our fami...

  • Hawk Haven Vineyard & Winery

    Nestled between the Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, our vineyard is a natural born safe harb...

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  • Jersey Devil Forte

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    Wow. Has a kick to it at 19.5% but is smooth. Port-like. Read More

    Wine review by bobvree


  • Bananas!Kathy - one piece of advice I'd give is that restaurants are ... ... ... Merlot from Colorado, New Jersey (!), Hungary, Bordeaux, Washington, Long Island, Barossa, Napa, and I don't remember where else. Most were undrinkable to the point of being almost poisonous. Nobody who was there will ever forget that tasting.&nbs Read More

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  • Ventimiglia Vineyards Chardonnay 2006

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    Wine review by Dilbretta


  • Valenzano Harmony Blackberry Syrah NV

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    Wine review by eaglebass


  • Yeah but it's tough. He said edge of the rust belt - not sure where exactly ... ... have to go very far into New Jersey or Ohio to realize that the wines available in NYC and San Francisco aren't the norm.One of the problems is that people buy by brand and if not that, by variety. For example, "Chianti" is something people know. If you asked th... Read More

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  • Tomasello Winery Blackberry Wine 2012

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    Wine review by Tlparadise


  • Tomasello Winery Pomegranate 2012

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    Wine review by Tganucheau


  • Tomasello Winery American Ranier White NV

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    After giving Tomasello's Ranier Red a 5-glass review, naturally the white needed its fair try as well. Like its sister, there's an opulent burst of wet fruitiness at first sip. Where they part ways however, is at the finish. The white turns to her own character of a bit dry and a subtle tart. This invites the imbiber to take another sip to re... Read More

    Wine review by Aegelis


  • I recently visited Cream Ridge Winery in New Jersey and I'm totally loving their Almondberry Wine. More information here: http://tastingroomconfidential.com/fruit-is-forward-at-cream-ridge-winery-in-new-jersey/ Read More

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  • Tomasello Winery Blackberry Wine 2012

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    Sweet, wet to start, then semi-dry to finish. Depending on when you pick blackberries, they can range from a little tart like a raspberry to nature's candy. This is right on the edge between the two with the lucious exterior berry taste to the slightly tart flavour around the seed. Although I favour the sugary side of the berry, Tomasello cap... Read More

    Wine review by Aegelis


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