Wine Tasting in South Vineland

Wine Tasting with Cheese and Chocolate for Two or Four at Plagido's Winery (Up to 54% Off)

Plagido's Winery

Hammonton

$24 $12

Guests sip wine samples made from New Jersey-grown grapes at scenic, seven-year-old family vineyard and winery

Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Wagonhouse Winery (50% Off)

Wagonhouse Winery

South Harrison

$34 $17

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Sample all 12 Wagonhouse wines during a tasting that includes souvenir glasses, Cherry Grove Farm cheeses, and truffles from Sweet Mary's

Winery Tour for Two or Four with Tasting, Cheese Tray, and Souvenir Glasses at Cape May Winery (Up to 51% Off)

Cape May Winery

Cape May

$40 $20

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Get a behind-the-scenes look at the wine-making process, then enjoy a cheese tray paired with wine tastings straight from oak barrels

Winery Tour, Wine Tasting, and Restaurant Fare for Two or Four at Renault Winery Resort & Golf (Up to 56% Off)

Renault Winery Resort & Golf

Galloway

$48 $24

Explore the vineyards & barrel rooms before tasting five estate wines; dine on Italian food, steaks, seafood & more at Joseph’s Restaurant

Vineyard Tour and Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Auburn Road Vineyard & Winery (50% Off)

Auburn Road Vineyards

Pilesgrove

$30 $15

Guests tour secluded countryside vineyard before enjoying wine pressed from the vineyard's grapes

Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Chocolate at Cassinelli Winery & Vineyards (Up to 50% Off)

Cassinelli Winery

2, Church Hill

$30 $16

Chocolate complements award-winning, premium wine, both of which can be enjoyed amongst 110 wooded & open acres on Marlyand's eastern shore

Wine and Cheese Tasting for Two or Four with Optional Tour at Blue Mountain Vineyards & Cellars (Up to 54% Off

Blue Mountain Vineyards & Cellars

Multiple Locations

$35 $17

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Sample five varietals of wines paired with Di Bruno Bros. cheeses and learn about the winemaking process

One-Day Admission for Two to the Stafford Township Fall Harvest Wine Festival On October 18 or 19 (50% Off)

Stafford Township Fall Harvest Wine Festival

Manahawkin

$30 $15

Pick up commemorative wine glass and travel to various vendors to sample local wines; crafters, live music, and food vendors also on-site

Trick-or-Treat Wine Tasting with Candy for Two, Four, or Six at Chaddsford Winery (Up to 51% Off)

Chaddsford Winery

Chadds Ford

$60 $30

Sample 10 wines from the selection of dry and sweet varietals paired with 10 candies; includes take-home Halloween wine glass

Wine Tasting of Six Wines and Glass of Wine for Two or Four at Kreutz Creek Vineyards (Half Off)

Kreutz Creek Vineyards

West Chester

$60 $30

Taste wines from a vineyard that started with a homemade winemaking kit more than two decades ago

Wine Tasting for Four or Two with Keepsake Wine Glasses at Peddler's Village Tasting Room (Up to 50% Off)

Peddler's Village Tasting Room

Lahaska

$48 $24

Sample seasonal wine in the impossibly quaint Peddler's Village winery

Wine Tasting for Four or Six with Eight Samples Each at Monroeville Vineyard & Winery (Up to 40% Off)

Monroeville Vineyard & Winery

Upper Pittsgrove

$20 $12

Tasters sample sips of dry reds, semi-sweets and fruit wines that pair with a platter of cheese and crackers

Wine Tasting with Cheese-Pairing Presentation for Two or Four at Crossing Vineyards (Up to 52% Off)

Crossing Vineyards

Washington Crossing

$40 $20.90

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Wine pro shows guests how to bring out the flavors of specific wines and assorted cheeses during a presentation in a historic vineyard

Fall Harvest Festival for Two, Four, or Six at Unionville Vineyards (Up to 53% Off)

Unionville Vineyards

East Amwell

$40 $19

Grape stomping, tastings of eight Unionville wines, vineyard walks, talks by industry leaders, and winery tours; live music from two bands

Wine and Chocolate Tasting with Souvenir Glasses for Two or Four at Old York Cellars (Up to 53% Off)

Old York Cellars

East Amwell

$20 $10

Sample six wines and pair them with chocolates designed to complement wine

Select Local Merchants

Home to a rousing lineup of award-winning wines, Sharrott Winery's passionate staff helps make the nuanced art of drinking wine more easily accessible. Located on 35 rolling acres, the winery and vineyard crafts a host of varietals from start to finish—tending to rows of grapes and fermenting the juices at their on-site facility. Samples of nectars such as the silver medal-wearing dry riesling or the trio, a grape trifecta that results in smooth notes of vanilla, lilac, and fresh cherries, are available inside the spacious tasting room, which overlooks the vineyard so grapes can mature before guests' very eyes.

370 S Egg Harbor Rd
Hammonton,
NJ
US

Amid a 22-acre estate, Heritage Vineyards's grape grapplers craft award-winning wines and pair them with sumptuous finger foods. Visiting pairs can choose a lunch dish and a glass apiece from the grandiose wine list. Sip the 2007 cabernet sauvignon, which comes tinged with a deep crimson hue and flavors of cherry and currant, or the Jersey blush, a semisweet concoction that can be smeared on the cheeks to express embarrassment. Meanwhile, the newly released 2009 chambourcin has been aged for 14 months in French-oak barrels and brandishes a complex bouquet of tastes. Or find matches for your wines without filling out 30-page questionnaires by scanning the lunch menu, which pairs the wines with compatible cheese-laden fare such as the warm pepperoni-and-cheese bread or the baked brie, formed with a fig spread and served with sesame crackers.

480 Mullica Hill Rd
Mullica Hill,
NJ
US

If it weren't for a pesky aphid, Renault Winery may never have existed. When parasitic bug wiped out much of Europe's grape crop, it forced master vintner Louis Nicholas Renault to move from France to the United States. He eventually settled in New Jersey, a state that boasts a similar climate to France and a similar accent to Parisians. Here, he cultivated American grapes that were unfettered by the insects, turning Renault Winery into a prize-winning establishment and eventually into a New Jersey historical site.

Today, the winery offers tours of its storied grounds, inviting visitors to peruse while sampling a wide variety of reds, whites, and champagne. The space also doubles as a popular wedding venue and even houses a golf course on site.

72 N Bremen Ave
Egg Harbor City,
NJ
US

As it's been chronicled on their blog, the story of Auburn Road Vineyards is a long, meandering one. Founded by wine connoisseurs who eventually evolved into wine creators themselves, the secluded countryside parcel is home to rows of tangling vines, where grapes grow heavy and lush before transforming into complex vintages. At The Enoteca?the on-site wine bar?visitors converge over bottles of wine and shareable plates, such as wood-fired pizzas made every Saturday evening.

119 Sharptown Auburn Rd
Pilesgrove,
NJ
US

Two buffalos graze between hundreds of fruit-bearing trees. But it?s the grapes sprouting throughout Cassinelli Winery & Vineyards' 110 wooded and open acres that matter most. Each hand-selected and sustainably farmed grape emerges from the earth to take its first step toward becoming one of 12 wines produced at the vineyard. Those include a 2009 Barbera reserve and a 2009 Merlot, bronze- and gold-medal winners, respectively, at the Maryland Governor?s Cup, a cup always filled with wine or melted cheese. Seven total medals have distinguished Cassinelli wines, which the company?s owners share at their tasting room, events, and a quartet of outlets throughout the state.

3830 Church Hill Rd
Church Hill,
MD
US

Blue Mountain Vineyards owners, Joe and Vickie, are pinot pioneers. Beginning with a 5-acre experiment in 1986, they discovered that the soil of the Lehigh Valley does a fine impression of French terrain, making it suitable for growing the grapes of cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, and other European varietals. Since then, they've expanded to a 50-acre plot, where they now produce wines that have won awards from the Fingerlake International Wine Competition and Appellation America.

Panoramic views of the Blue Mountains overlook scenic terraces at the vineyards, where grapes spring from soil that soldiers roamed during the Revolutionary War. Tastings, concerts, and other events fill the winery's glass-flanked deck, spilling onto an outdoor patio surrounded by ponds as tranquil as a silent lullaby. Visitors admire the vines during tours, and they can also adopt their favorites to preserve the vines' flavorful histories.

51 N 12th St.
Philadelphia,
PA
US