The Garden State is known for its high-quality fruits and vegetables, especially in the southern parts of the state where sandy soil and perfect humidity allows for the thriving of grapes and, of course, the production of some of the best wines in the country. But do not take our word for it; why don’t you pay some of these fantastic wineries a visit for an experience of a lifetime? In case you are wondering which wineries to visit, our New Jersey Group Transportation Service is way ahead of you; we have compiled a short list of some of the wineries you must visit on a New Jersey wine trip. Let’s have a look at them.
White Horse Winery
Located on Hall Street in Hammonton, White Horses Winery sits on sixty acres of land and incorporates traditional and modern methods of wine-making to produce delicious and vibrant wines. As a guest, you will enjoy a one-of-a-kind tasting experience either in their spacious tasting room, their beautiful outdoor decks, in the yard, or the fire-pit seating area. You will also get to enjoy live music, a variety of snacks, and picturesque views as you enjoy your wine.
The best thing about the White Horses Winery is that, unlike most wineries, you do not need to make any reservations. Simply show up, sample the wines, and unwind in this pleasant environment. The location is also known for hosting events such as birthday parties, weddings, corporate events, anniversaries, and many more events of all kinds. To prove their wine-making expertise, their Cabernet Franc Reserve was recognized in the 2017 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. So we are sure you will not be disappointed.
Plagido’s Winery is a family owned winery located on North 1st Road in Hammonton. The winery opened its doors in 2007 and has since offered guests a theme tasting room where they get to try a myriad of unique wines. If you happen to visit the winery on a warm day, we recommend that you sit on the patio overlooking the beautiful vineyard. You will also be able to enjoy a picnic-style lunch if you feel hungry and purchase a souvenir at the gift shop that is open every day between 11 am and 5 pm. Plagido’s Winery, like the White Horses Winery, had received several awards for their wine, the most recent being in 2016 when it was named Winery of the Year.
This winery is located on South Egg Harbor Road in Hammonton and, like the White Horses Winery, it is family owned. The winery is located amongst the beautiful New Jersey pine trees. The family that owns the winery believes that great wine comes from allowing their vineyards to grow free in collaboration with nature; a very unusual way to look at wine-making, but they make great wine, so that they may be right after all. They have many award-winning wines including their Double Gold Unoaked Chardonnay. Head on down there and have a taste.