Garden State Wine Trails

Rows of vineyards cover the state of New Jersey, producing award-winning vintages and offering visitors a different taste of the Garden State.
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Tucked away in bucolic settings, New Jersey is home to more than 40 wineries located throughout the Garden State. These vineyards and wineries offer a chance to savor award-winning vintages and enjoy the journey along the way. Some play host to varied events throughout the year, including festivals celebrating food, wine, music, crafts and their own fascinating history. Wine Trails Six wine trails help visitors create day trips around their winery visits, clustering those closest to each other. The trails include: Atlantic County Wine Trail

Cape May Wine Trail

Gloucester - Salem Wine Trail

Shore Wine Trail

Sussex Wine Trail

Warren - Hunterdon Wine Trail

Passport Program An annual Walk in the Vineyard Wine Trail Weekend takes place each summer throughout the state. Visitors can pick up a Garden State Wine Growers Association Passport at any participating winery and have it stamped at each winery they visit. They can activate it online at newjerseywines.com, visit wineries throughout the year and then once completed, mail it back to the Garden State Wine Growers Association for a complimentary set of crystal wine glasses if received by Memorial Day. The Passport is also entered into a drawing to win a Grand Prize trip for two. The destinations change each year, but past locations have included German and French wine countries. There are more than 30 wineries that are members of the Garden State Wine Growers Association. Click here for a listing of members, contact information and offerings, as well as a map that shows their exact locations. Then let the exploring begin!