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*Sampling admission includes souvenir wine glass and opportunity to sample more than 200 NJ wines.

*Event Organizer reserves the right to cancel event due to severe weather conditions or
situations which may endanger patrons and/or participants
NO REFUNDS


Wine On The Beach Festival
Event Features New Jersey Wineries, Exciting Live Musical Performances on Both Days,
Skilled Artisans & Crafters, Great Local Restaurants and Activities for the Whole Family to Enjoy.



Participating Wineries

Coda Rossa Winery
DiMatteo Vineyards
Monroeville Vineyard & Winery
Plagido’s Winery
Salem Oak Vineyards
Sharrott Winery
Tomasello Winery
Valenzano Winery
Ventimiglia Vineyard
Villari Vineyard
Wagonhouse Winery




Live Musical Performances
Sample & purchase wine on the beach while listening to amazing live music on our BEACHFRONT STAGE


Saturday - Eaglemania - The World's Greatest Eagles Tribute Band
Sunday - NY Bee Gees - Bee Gees Tribute Band





Local Restaurants & Eateries

Park Seafood
Goober’s 52





Artisans & Crafters

Blue Ridge Farm
Touchstone Crystal by Swarovski
Woodpeckers Custom Coolers
GOURMET CREATIONS
AMERICAN COLLECTIBLES
Pour Solutions
Jacob's Saw Mill
Demo Demonstration




Event Features

The Green Lace Lion will be hosting painting classes on the beach! Each wrist banded patron is welcome to sit down for a 30 minute step-by step instruction for painting wine glasses (3 creative options available). The sessions are $12 for one wine glass or $20 for two and are to be paid onsite or on the Green Lace Lion website. This fee is in addition to the wine festival sampling ticket.





Wine Seminars

Sunday, Sept. 10 - Tom Consentino

#1 History of New Jersey’s Wine industry
- Who were the founding fathers of NJ wine? How did a French wine maker find paradise in Egg Harbor Township and why did prohibition stunt the growth of New Jersey wine? We will explore the history of New Jersey’s wine industry from colonial days to prohibition to the modern era and discuss the important legislation and changes in wine making styles that has saw the industry rise to 50 current wineries today.

#2 What is an AVA region and what role does it play in winemaking? - American Viticultural Areas (AVA) are official United States wine grape growing regions. They are based on the French AOC system and designated by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. In order for a region to be approved as an AVA, it must be able to prove its identity as a region that is beneficial to grape growing. Some of the criteria used by the Federal government to determine whether an area meets this standard include distinct climate, soil type, elevation and other physical features as well as a history or wine grape growing. New Jersey has three AVA regions and is about to add a fourth in Cape May. We will discuss the importance of each to the state’s growth as a wine producing region.

Tom Cosentino is the Executive Director of the Garden State Wine Growers Association (GSWGA), the statewide advocacy and promotional channel of the New Jersey wine industry. He has over 30 years of strategic media relations, marketing communications and brand-building expertise in the public relations industry. Cosentino joined the GSWGA from MWW PR where he coordinated public relations and advocacy programs for the firm’s public affairs division, representing a diverse array of clients including: Atlantic Wind Connection, BioReference Laboratories, JCP&L, NJ 211 and PBA Local 105 among others.

Cosentino oversees the day-to-day administrative and marketing functions of the organization; serves as spokesman for the wine industry in New Jersey; and is the liaison with the Christie Administration, Department of Agriculture, Tourism and other industry groups. Cosentino is also responsible for securing grants and tasked with bringing corporate sponsors to the New Jersey wine industry.





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