New Jersey’s Drought Means Good Wine
Most of the state is in a drought warning, though South Jersey is doing better than the rest of the state. But dry conditions usually means a great crop for wine!
If there is a silver lining to a drought, that would be it!
According to NJ.com,
New Jersey's wineries produce 1.5 million gallons a year, according to the state Department of Agriculture, making it the seventh largest wine-producing state in the nation.
And the drought doesn't have Jersey winemakers worried. Dry conditions makes way for a strong concentration of the grape flavor.
So look for a great vintage from 2016 from your favorite local New Jersey winery!