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Wine Experiences To Get Excited For in the Last Week of January

{By: Lauren Trunfio} Here at THISISITNETWORK, we love any excuse to celebrate, especially when wine is included on the itinerary. Our friends at the Garden State Wine Growers Association have filled up their calendars with exceptionally fun events in 2023 that have us wishing we could RSVP to each and every one. Here, we are going to post some of the events that we are most excited for in the last week of January, so that you too can fill up your calendars with wine tastings and fun events ahead.

Barefoot Grape Stomping at Four Sisters Winery – January 21st 

Have you ever wished that you could partake in making your own wine? Well, if so, your wishes are about to come true, because Four Sisters Winery (located in Belvidere New Jersey) is hosting an event that allows you the opportunity to do just that! This event begins with a formal wine tasting, followed by a delicious Chicken Parmesan dinner and dessert is enough to keep you entertained and satisfied for the day to come. Tickets are $47.50 per person, and you can RSVP through calling 908-475-3671. 

Sharrott Trivia Night – January 25th

Trivia nights are the best kind of nights to wind down, and have a good time with friends and family. We are so excited that Sharrott Winery will be hosting this nightlong event which will include general knowledge, music, and Family Feud style trivia. This event will be held indoors, and it’s recommended that reservations be made by visiting the official website. Don’t miss out on the chance to have a memorable evening with enough wine to satisfy any and all cravings!

Guided, Educational Tastings – January 31th 

Hawk Haven Vineyard (located in Rio Grande NJ) gives wine enthusiasts and guests the opportunity to learn and enjoy a wine tasting with a seasoned and professional Winemaker. If you are interested in the winemaking process, this is the perfect event for you to practice your craft, or learn a thing or two about the general consumption of wine. No reservations are needed for parties of 6 or less, and tickets are available for purchase on their official website.

This post is brought to you by GSWGA. The Garden State Wine Growers Association is a non-profit organization of New Jersey-based wineries, vineyards and allied businesses.  It serves as a centralized information repository, resource and clearing house for industry members, and offers a unified voice advocating for issues important to the entire range of New Jersey winery and vineyard operations.