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Unionville Vineyards

Unionville Vineyards Unionville Vineyards is located in scenic Hunterdon County, New Jersey on 88 beautiful acres of preserved farmland. The winery is open year round and attracts visitors from around the world. The winery is well known for its many international award winning wines and is considered to be one of the best wine growing and artisan winemaking wineries on the entire east coast. Guests at Unionville Vineyards enjoy the rustic charm of this 1858 farm, the green landscape of rolling hills, lush vineyards, the many delightful wines offered by the winery and the romantic history of the property that was once a young girl’s dowry. Open 7 days a week, 12 noon to 5 PM, closed on major holidays. Complimentary winery tours on Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 PM.

From New York: Take the NJ Turnpike South to Exit 14. Take I-78 West for approximately 25 miles to I-287 South towards Somerville. Take Exit for U.S. 202/206 toward Princeton/Flemington and continue south on U.S. 202 to Flemington (approximately 13 miles). Continue south on U.S. 202/31 for 6 miles to Wertsville Road (Ringoes). Take jug handle crossover U.S. 202/31 onto Wertsville Road for 1.75 miles to 2nd right, Rocktown Road, first driveway on left. From Philadelphia: Take I-95 North Across Scudders Falls Bridge to New Jersey. Take Exit 4 for Route 31 North towards Pennington. Follow 31 North for approximately 8 miles to 202/31. Take 202/31 North towards Flemington. At first light make right onto Wertsville road and follow for 1.75 miles and make second right onto Rocktown Road, winer

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  2002 Cabernet Sauvignon
On the nose oak spice, cassis and plum invite. In the mouth, dried blueberry and cranberry are layered with nutmeg and candied cherries. Full bodied with round tannins, this wine will continue to develop for the next 3-5 years. Try this New Jersey grown wine with any mushroom-based dish and of course, steak. Food Suggestions: An excellent choice with your favorite beef, game, lamb and pork recipes and tomato based pasta dishes. 2004 MEDALS: Silver - International Wine Competition, New Jersey Wine Competition, & Tasters Guild International Wine Competition.
  Cabernet Sauvignon
On the nose oak spice, cassis and plum invite. In the mouth, dried blueberry and cranberry are layered with nutmeg and candied cherries. Full bodied with round tannins this wine will continue to develop for the next 3-5 years. Try this New Jersey grown wine with any mushroom based dish, and of course, steak.
  Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve
2002 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Price: $28.99 In the mouth powerful aromas of blackberry, cassis and dark chocolate, in the mouth layers of blackberry, plum and cassis fill the senses. Rich yet restrained with great balance and a tannin structure to age, this wine will age gracefully for the next 7-10 years maybe more. Think special occasion.
The 2003 Chambourcin was made from grapes hand harvested from our own vineyards. The optimum ripeness achieved during the harvest allowed for the full development of the plum and raspberry flavors and a rich magenta color. Maturing in a mix of French and American oak barrels has developed a rich complexity combined with balanced structure of fruit weight and soft velvet tannins.
This wine is all about balance; rich and delicate, tropical fruit and lemon blossom in harmony with oak spice, and a great blend between fruit and acid.
  Chateau Galloway Chardonnay
This classic barrel fermented Chardonnay has lemon blossom and peach aromas. Mouth filling lemon crème brûle gives way to tropical fruits and then a long clean finish with vanilla and toasty oak. Try this wine with baked Brie or broiled herb crusted salmon.
  Chateau Galloway Pinot Gris
This bright, crisp Pinot Gris is a classic summertime wine. The scent of honeysuckle and flavor of melon finish cleanly, leaving a lasting impression of ripe Bartlett pear. A mineral backbone throughout the wine makes it a good complement for oysters, although it is light enough to enjoy by itself.
  Chateau Galloway Viognier
Most of this wine was cold fermented in stainless steel tanks to highlight the peach and honey dew melon aromas and flavors, the balance was barrel fermented and aged on the lees to increase the mouth feel and add hints of vanilla and oak spice. This full bodied wine is balanced with a firm mineral backbone. Yummy- a highly technical wine term describing the overall sensory experience.
  Cool Foxy Lady
The Vidal Blanc grapes for this wine are from our earliest planting in 1987. The fruit was selectively hand harvested and fermented at 45F. This gives us a luscious, sweet juice rich in apricot and peach aromas. The resulting wine is deliciously complex and mouth-filling with marmalade, honey and fresh apricot flavors. The finish is refreshingly crisp and lasting.
  Fields of Fire
This popular wine is a youthful Blush wine that can be enjoyed with any occasion. Similar to a White Zinfandel except without any sugary aftertaste, it is made from a blend of Cayuga and Chambourcin grapes. As a “refreshing” wine not requiring any food, we recommend it be chilled before serving. Alcohol 12% by volume.
  Hunter’s White Reserve
Pear, Mango with hints of vanilla bean greet the senses, in the mouth the flavors of melon and peach provide a rich entry giving way to firm acidity and mineral tones. The long and clean finish is Granny Smith apple and vanilla. This wine will go great with fish and chicken dishes.
  Hunter's Red
This wine is made for early consumption from 100% Marechel Foch grapes grown in our vineyards and harvested in September. Soft and round this wine saw no oak and is in the Beaujolais style. Enjoy this wine with grilled pork or any mushroom dish.
  Hunter's Red Reserve
The 2003 Hunter's Red Reserve is a Meritage blend of 72% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc. With aromas of dried herbs, cherries, cassis, and black olives that follow through to the palate and a long pretty finish of cherry candy, it's hard to put the glass down. Mouthwatering acidity and soft tannins will allow the wine to age gracefully for 5-7 years. Pair with lamb or grilled steak!
  Hunter's White
Made from 50% Cayuga White, 48% Horizon and 2% Gewurztraminer this fresh off dry wine is the perfect companion to a sunset on the porch picnicking on a lazy summers afternoon. Cheers!
  Nielsen Estates Merlot
This medium-full bodied Merlot is built around a rich fruit flavor of Bing cherries, enhanced by a sense of spicy oak and dried herbs. The finish is long, leaving a lingering taste of vanilla and cherry. This wine would pair well with roasted pork or chicken dishes sautéed with rosemary.
  Nielsen Estates Syrah
This Syrah is an example of excellent balance and structure. Plum, cherry and mango fruit are supported by white pepper, a signature flavor in Syrah. 12 months in American Oak barrels impart the taste of vanilla bean. Drink it as an accompaniment to flavorful dishes like leg of lamb, barbecued steaks or stuffed Portobello mushrooms.
  Seyval Blanc
This dry wine was partially fermented in older French barrels to add structure and a nuance of oak spice. The balance was fermented cold in tank to highlight the bright citrus blossom aroma and flavor. Peach and tangerine leave a sweet impression and a counterpoint to the acid. Enjoy!
  Unionville Port
This Port Wine was produced from Marechal Foch (92%) and Chambourcin (8%) grapes. Aged grape brandy was added to stop fermentation and to bring the alcohol level up to 18.5%. After pressing, the wine was left to age quietly for at least three years in old oak barriques. This traditional dessert wine tastes of ripe raisins with hints licorice and dark cherries. Alcohol 18.5% by volume.


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