No matter where you are in South Jersey's Outer Coastal Plain wine region, there's a winery nearby - in fact, there are probably a few of them nearby! The best way to experience South Jersey wine country is on our wine trails. Check out each trail to see where the wineries are clustered, along with all the great restaurants, attractions, historic sites, shopping and hotels between each winery. Make the most of your day (or stay) in South Jersey by finding out all there is to do on the South Jersey wine trails - because South Jersey is more than just great wine!
If you're heading into South Jersey from them west (or happen to be starting out near Gloucester or Salem County), the first trail you'll hit is the Two Bridges Wine Trail. If your entryway to New Jersey is on I-95/I-295 on the Delaware Memorial Bridge, or US 322 on the Commadore Barry Bridge, you're already on the trail!
Situated in the heart of the Outer Coastal Plain, one of South Jersey's largest clusters of wineries is found in and around the Pinelands National Reserve. Winding through some of New Jersey's most wild and scenic open spaces, the Pinelands Reserve Wine Trail has an "Inner Loop" and and "Outer Loop," making this trail great for both day trips and extended stays.
Whether you're in the area for a summer vacation, or exploring New Jersey's coastal heritage, make sure to add the six wineries of the Cape May Wine Trail to your itinerary. And if you're coming into New Jersey on the Cape May-Lewis Ferry, you'll be on the trail as soon as you hit dry land. What a great way to start your visit to New Jersey from points south!
"Vintage South Jersey" is a product of the
South Jersey Tourism Corp. (SJTC) SJTC
is a member of NJDMO - an association
of the State of New Jersey's Destination
Marketing Organizations. SJTC represents
the counties of Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem in the Delaware River Region of New Jersey, and is the official tourism representative of the Outer Coastal Plain AVA.