About this Business
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From Our Editors
The legacy of Plagido's Winery stretches back to the late 17th century. That's when Italian-born Plagido came to the United States and put down roots on a plot of land in Hammonton, which he nurtured into a thriving farm. Four generations later, Plagido's descendants continue to till the same earth, planting select grapevines and then hand-picking their fruit to make award-winning wines. Plagido's was also voted winery of the year, two years in a row. Each wine is fermented on the premises in either stainless steel or oak barrels. Customers can taste the wines during tours of the winemaking quarters—at times, directly from the barrel.