Your New Jersey Wine Festival Made Perfect
New Jersey during the summer and early fall is home to tons of amazing events and activities, all of which you and your friends or family can enjoy.
One thing New Jersey is known for is offering an amazing selection of wines from local vineyards and wineries. If you’re a wine lover and are planning a trip to New Jersey this summer, there are plenty of wine festivals for you to check into for your trip.
The first step to having a great wine festival experience in New Jersey is to make sure you have reliable transportation handy for the duration of your visit.
When you’ll be sampling wines and enjoying time with your friends, that last thing you need to worry about is how you’ll get home. With New Jersey car service, you won’t have to worry about navigating or parking during your wine festival experience. All you’ll have to do is enjoy yourself.
If you aren’t sure which wine festival to frequent in the Garden State this summer, we’ve got a list of our favorites below.
The Garden State Wine Growers’ Association will host this incredible music and wine festival on August 31st and September 1st of this year, the perfect way to close out the summer with cool tunes and an amazing selection of local wineries. Choose from among 300 locally-produced wines while enjoying the incredible jazz music, enjoying the food and craft vendors and soaking up the atmosphere of the Garden State in the summertime.
Just one week after the Jazz It Up Festival in Farmingdale comes the Jersey Fresh Wine Festival, hosted on the scenic Burlington County Fairgrounds in lovely Columbus, New Jersey. Fill the weekend of September 7 and 8 with a celebration of local wineries, artisan crafts and food vendors, as well as live musical entertainment. For the price of admission, you’ll get a wine glass and access to a sample of each wine of your choosing.
The third weekend of September brings another wine paradise with the Jersey Skyline Wine Festival in Ridgefield Park. Enjoy your view of the New York skyline as you sample selections from twelve of Ridgefield Park’s most renowned local wineries. Admission includes a wine glass and samples of all of the wines available, as well as musical entertainment on both Saturday and Sunday.
If you’re planning as for your trip to New Jersey as far out as October, the Grand Harvest Wine Festival should definitely earn a spot on your itinerary. The weekend of October 5 and 6 will bring crisp weather and an incredible wine tasting experience at the Fosterfields Living Historical Farm in Morris Township, New Jersey. Sample an array of local wines while enjoying live music both days, and soaking up the atmosphere of the beautiful Fosterfields Farm.
Your wine festival experience in New Jersey should be perfect from beginning to end. From booking the perfect car service vehicle to assembling your closest friends for a fun weekend, you can have one of the most memorable times in New Jersey this summer and fall.
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