New Jersey wineries produce over 40 different varieties of wines, ranging from dry to semi-dry table wines to sparkling, fruit and dessert wines. These wines represent the three major wine grape categories grown in New Jersey -- Vinifera (better known as "Old World" European grapes), French-American Hybrids, and Native American. French-American hybrids are predominately produced in New Jersey due to their hardy nature and improving excellent quality. Lately, however, many wineries have been adding Vinifera vines to their vineyards.
New Jersey wineries are located in some of the most beautiful country-side in New Jersey. All are open for tours and tastings (however, groups should make appointments). Many sponser special events and festivals throughout the year.
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