Garden State Wine Growers Association “At the Vineyard” Show Debuts With Profile of Four Sisters Winery
 
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The Garden State Wine Growers Association (GSWGA), the advocacy organization that represents over 50 wineries, grape growers and associated member companies in New Jersey recently released the first edition of its new At the Vineyard show on You Tube, featuring Four Sisters Winery located in Belvidere, New Jersey.

The At the Vineyard show is funded through a USDA Crop Grant and by the Garden State Wine Growers Association. Funding for Crop Grants is not included in the Trump Administration’s proposed 2018 budget.

Spotlight on New Jersey Vineyards

“The GSWGA’s ongoing mission has been to increase the awareness, appreciation and quality of wines produced in New Jersey. The At the Vineyard show puts the spotlight on vineyards throughout the state and allows consumers to see how each visit to a winery provides a unique experience,” said Tom Cosentino, GSWGA Executive Director and host of the show.

New Jersey wines are being recognized nationally for their excellence in renowned wine competitions and the industry has seen tremendous growth with over 50 licensed wineries now operating in the state.

At the Vineyard to Feature Four Sisters Winery

The first program features owner and winemaker Matty Matarazzo of Four Sisters Winery, which has been in operation for 34 years. The winery is located in the Warren Hills American Viticulture region, one of three federally recognized AVA grape growing regions in the state. The others are the Outer Coastal Plain in South Jersey and the Central Delaware Valley region. A fourth, the Cape May Peninsula is awaiting federal approval and would become a sub-appellation of the Outer Coastal Plain.

Ten Shows of At the Vineyard Planned for 2017

NJ Discover is producing the series for the GSWGA. Ten shows are planned through the fall of 2017.

From only a dozen wineries open in 2000 to the 50 open today, the New Jersey wine industry is growing across the state with many more wineries due to open in the next couple of years.

To view At the Vineyard featuring Four Sisters Winery, click here.

For a full list of participating wineries and details of the special offerings at each location, visit www.newjerseywines.com.