Plagido’s Winery, located in Hammonton, NJ will be celebrating its 10th anniversary on August 1, 2017. Plagido’s Winery earned Winery of the Year honors for the second consecutive year in the annual New Jersey Wine Competition, which is organized for the Garden State Wine Growers Association by Dr. Gary Pavlis of the Rutgers Cooperative Extension. The competition, which was held in May, featured wines from 21 New Jersey wineries.
In winning Winery of the Year, Plagido’s Winery scored eight overall medals including a gold medal for the non-vintage Blackberry Vigoroso; four silver medals their 2015 Cab Franc, 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, non-vintage Concetta’s Casalinga and 2015 Cour d’Est and three bronze medals for their non-vintage Chambourcin, 2015 Cab Franc/Merlot and non-vintage Niagara.
“What an honor it is to win this award two straight years,” said Ollie Tomasello. “This is certainly a validation of all the hard work and dedication by our family and staff to develop exceptional wine here at Plagido’s Winery that is enjoyed by our customers. We invite all wine drinkers to come to Hammonton and visit our winery and experience the quality of our wines for themselves.”
Ollie Tomasello, owner and winemaker at Plagido’s Winery is a 4th generation farmer, continuing the tradition of offering the fruit of his family’s vineyard for your family’s table. All grapes used in Plagido wines are estate grown
and are fermented on the premise.
Visit Plagido’s Winery in Hammonton. The winery is open seven days a week for tastings.
Learn more at www.plagidoswinery.com
Garden State Wine Growers Association
P.O. Box 386
Cream Ridge, NJ 08514