Instead of hitting the malls this weekend, how about hitting the trail?
Starting Nov. 25, the Garden State Wine Growers Association (GSWGA) will host a three-day New Jersey Holiday Wine Trail featuring special holiday-themed, family-friendly events at wineries throughout the state.
According to GSWGA, participating wineries are offering up a range of activities, such as photos with Santa Claus, fire pits and live music, as well as opportunities to get some gift shopping done at holiday bazaars and craft vendors.
Wineries on the trail include Bellview Winery in Landisville, Valenzano Winery in Shamong, Little Ridge Vineyards in Harmony Township, Dibella Winery in Woolwich Township, Angelico Winery in Lambertville and Natali Vineyards in Cape May.
“The holiday season revolves around family and friends. Did you know that each and every New Jersey winery is family-owned? There is no better way to support growers and small businesses than to visit a local winery,” said Devon Perry, GSWGA executive director. “The Holiday Wine Trail is local, family-friendly and a wonderful opportunity to discover New Jersey’s wine country.”
With over 60 wineries and vineyards, New Jersey is one of the top producers of wine in the country, according to the GSWGA.
For more information on the New Jersey Holiday Wine Trail, click here.
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