My family and I were just down at the Cape May, New Jersey shore for a couple of days, and we got to stop at one of our FAVORITE wineries, Turdo Vineyards. Let me explain to you why this is by far one of the best winerys. The owners are hospitable and friendly. They educate you on their wine and about the whole process, and they make it a great experience for everyone. Thier wines are full of flavor and body and really know how to make your palette want more. This is where my LOVE for red wine was born. In addition to Turis wine (which is the brand) the son Luca came up with his own brands (Diluca) and they have become a huge hit. The flavors are intense and hit your palette right off the bat, and in a great way. The vineyard is beautiful with a tasting room and a gorgeous patio to sit outside and enjoy a glass of wine. They also offer snacks, water and soda. Also they allow you to go on your own self guided tour of the vineyard, which makes it fun and romantic. Sal, Luca and Sara are passionate about their wine. They know whats good and there is no mistaking that they work hard to please their clientel. They have won many awards for their wines. So if you ever have the chance or are in the area of South New Jersey, and are a wine drinker or lover, do yourself a favor and stop at Turdo Vineyards. If you haven’t been to a wine tasting and want an amazing experience this is the place to start. They are not your typical winery. Find out more information on there website at http://www.turdovineyards.com
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LOVED the Pinot we had with you guys last night. Excited to visit the winery with you. You both talk about it with pride and love, it’s so cool how much you care about it. Your little slice of heaven.
I’m not a wine person, but my hubby is. And since I was born in AC, I now have another reason to drag him to New Jersey one day!
what great photos! hope i get to do something like this one day!
I’ll have to check these out the next time I’m in the area. Here was cool article in the New Yorker about Jersey wines getting some respect. http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/frontal-cortex/2012/06/wine-taste.html