Published on Oct 9, 2013
Wine enthusiasts from New Jersey may be surprised to hear that some of the top wines in the world are produced right here in the Garden State. As new vineyards and wineries pop up across the state, Rutgers experts are helping the industry grow by advising new grape growers on the varieties they should be growing, and offering up-to-date, scientific information they can use to control pests and optimize their production practices.
The results speak for themselves, especially at Unionville Vineyards winning a gold medal & governor's cup at the NJ wine competition, a gold medal in an international wine & spirits competition and received high marks from Gilbert & Gaillard.
For more information about growing wine grapes in New Jersey visit the Rutgers University NJ Wine Grape Resource Center at: http://njvines.rutgers.edu
Beneduce Vineyards in Pittstown, NJ
Unionville Vineyards in Ringoes, NJ
Working Dog Winery in East Windsor, NJ
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