This is really an exciting time in New Jersey’s wine industry. The number of farm wineries continues to increase with those wineries developing old and new varieties that work well in the state. Many of these wines are being recognized nationally and internationally for their quality and flavor, winning awards and prestigious wine competitions.
- Central Delaware Valley AVA: designated in 1984, located in Central NJ and shared with Southeastern PA along the Delaware River, just north of Philadelphia
- Warren Hills AVA: designated in 1988, located entirely in Warren county, along NJ’s hillier northwestern edge bordering Pennyslvania.
- Outer Coastal Plain AVA: designated in 2007, located in Southeastern NJ and includes all of Cumberland, Cape May, Atlantic and Ocean Counties.
New Jersey Department of Agriculture
Division of Marketing and Development