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VALENTINE’S DAY: GARDEN STATE WINERIES HOST  WINE & CHOCOLATE TRAIL WEEKENDS

 

Haddonfield, NJ (January 9, 2024) – Garden State Wine Growers Association – a coalition of 60+ New Jersey wineries and vineyards supporting the Garden State’s wine industry through information, resources, and advocacy – will host two weekends of Valentine’s Day-themed events.

 

The New Jersey Wine & Chocolate Trail Weekends celebrate Valentine's Day and will occur on two consecutive weekends: February 9-11 and February 16-18, 2024. During both weekends, participating New Jersey wineries offer wine tastings, artisanal chocolates, live music, and more.

 

“In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, New Jersey’s wineries are getting ready with wine, chocolate, and romantic experiences,” shared Devon Perry, Executive Director of the Garden State Wine Growers Association. “Our website, NewJerseyWines.com and Passport to New Jersey Wine Country mobile app both offer the perfect tool to plan your journey and capture your memorable experiences. Follow us across social media and sign up for our weekly newsletter, In the Vines, to get a taste for what Garden State wineries have planned for you, your loved ones, and friends this Valentine’s Day season.”

 

White Horse Winery’s proprietor, Brock J. Vinton II, shared, “We are excited to welcome guests from near and far to enjoy the hand-picked wine and chocolate pairings at White Horse Winery. Our special package includes chocolates from Sweet Mary’s Chocolates, which is owned and operated by Julia-Marie Cassidy of Salem Oak Vineyards.”

 

With over 60 wineries and vineyards in four distinct American Viticultural Areas, there’s a New Jersey winery within less than an hour’s drive for residents of the Garden State. The four American Viticultural Areas (AVA) are the Warren Hills AVA, the Cape May Peninsula AVA, the Central Delaware Valley AVA and the Outer Coastal Plain AVA. Vineyards across New Jersey grow more than 80 grape varieties, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sangiovese, Albarino and Chardonnay. New Jersey’s wineries also produce a wide array of fruit wines, and New Jersey is one of the top producers of wine in the country.

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