Updated: Nov 7, 2019
Unionville Vineyards is located down a picturesque country road in Ringoes, NJ on land that has been farmed since the 1850s. The first vineyard was planted on this property in 1988 and there are now over 15 acres planted onsite. Unionville also grows vines in three different counties in order to take advantage of the different soils and microclimates in New Jersey. Over 90% of the grapes used their award winning wines are grown in state, making it a truly New Jersey product.
Unionville received world-wide recognition at the 2010 International Wine & Spirits Competition, where their 2008 Vintage Pheasant Hill Chardonnay was the only wine from the United States to be awarded Best in Class. Their 2014 Eureka Riesling Blend is also delightful, as is their Hunderton Mistral Blanc. The tasting room at Unionville Vineyards is in a rustic barn, but there are also picnic tables sprawled along the property for those looking to purchase a bottle of wine and enjoy a picnic outside. Making some of our favorite wine in the New Jersey, Unionville should be on every wine enthusiast's radar!