The wine festival will be held in the Waretown Recreation and Lake Area, located at 182 Wells Mill Road.
On Saturday, April 27th, through Sunday, April 28th, festival goers can look forward to sampling wines from a nice variety of award-winning Garden State wineries. In addition to wine tastings, there will also be live entertainment, as well as crafters, retail vendors, food vendors, and a children’s play area. The festival will be held each day from 12 p.m. noon to 5 p.m. ET., rain or shine.
FEATURED WINERIES in 2018
Cream Ridge Winery will be featuring their Poco Loco Sangria.
DiMatteo Winery of Hammonton, will carry their Cranberry and Cran Cherry fruit wines, and various white and red wines, including their Pasquale red and feature their Chocolate Raz.
Monroeville Vineyard & Winery LLC will offer up their dry white Bella, their Cranberry Cherry, and sangria. The featured wine is Richwood, an estate grown 2015, a blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Chambourcin. It is medium bodied, lightly oaked, hints of Cherries, Plums, tobacco and smooth with light tannins.
Plagido’s Winery, of Hammonton, will serve an array of dry whites and reds, a semi sweet white and red, and a dessert and port. Plagido’s will be highlighting their new rare Rosé this year.
Valenzano Winery, based in Shamong in Burlington County, will bring along their special Blackberry Syrah, Peach Pinot Grigio, Jersey Devil Port, a Labrusca and a Sangiovene, among many others, and will highlight their favorite White Sangria.
Villari Vineyards>, a fourth generation family farm in South Jersey, will offer a dry chardonnay, a dry rose and cabernet sauvignon, a semi-sweet moscato, and will be highlighting their special One Nation 21 Blue, a delicious port-style dessert wine, comprised of a blend of blueberries and apples, fortified with brandy.
Wagonhouse Winery, of Gloucester County, will feature their Three Boys’ Brand wines, such as Fallen Quaker, Daisy-Grace, Ornery Apple, and myriad reds and whites. They will be highlighting their Three Boys Brand’s Shore Thing at the festival.
$25/day or $30/weekend
Designated Drivers are free!
Vendors, reserve your 2019 spot now!
Vendors and entertainment are constantly being added to this event. For the most recent information, please visit our Facebook page.
PROCEEDS BENEFIT SYLVIA’S CHILDREN
All net proceeds from the wine festival are donated to Sylvia’s Children, a Holmdel-based 501(c)3 organization working over the past 12 years to improve the living conditions for more than 1,000 children in the village of Mbiriizi in Uganda, Africa.
For more information, contact Sylvia Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org or 732 946 2711.