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Annual Fall Wine Festival at Historic Farm in New Jersey!

On the weekend of October 15-16, twenty New Jersey wineries will participate in the Annual Fall Wine Festival promoted by the Garden State Wine Growers Association.

The festival takes place in Morristown, New Jersey at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm. This Fall Wine Festival includes food vendors, arts & crafts vendors and live music. Tickets are available by going to the Garden State Wine Growers Association’s website.

According to Morris County Park Commission website which has information about the Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, “Wishing to preserve her beloved home and give future generations the chance to experience the sights, smells, and sounds of rural life, Caroline Foster in 1979 bequeathed Fosterfields to the Morris County Park Commission, to be preserved as a “living historical farm,” the first in New Jersey. Not a replica, Fosterfields is a working farm, using the tools, techniques, and materials of a turn-of-the-century farm.” Visit the Morris County Parks Commission website for additional information about the farm.

While planning your visit to New Jersey’s Annual Fall Wine Festival, schedule time to enjoy a working 19th century farm.

We’ve traveled to New Jersey wineries both in southern and northern New Jersey and have discovered many of the wineries to be delightful. When visiting a New Jersey restaurant be sure to drink local by asking for a New Jersey wine.


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