Bellview Winery

Farmland beyond!

March 20, 2019

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We’re thrilled to have Bellview Winery at Down and Derby Wine Festival on May 4 at Cooper River Park. Featuring wine as buena as the county they reside in, family owned Bellview Winery of Buena County in Landisville, New Jersey is bound to have the grape to suit your taste.

Originating as Bellview Farm in 1914, the Quarella family gradually grew their 20 acre homestead of fruits and veggies to a 45 acre vineyard of homegrown grapes as divine as their own vines, renouncing the practice as Bellview Winery in the year 2000.

With over 100 years in the making, Bellview Winery currently features over two dozen varieties to pair with their Tasting Room tidbits, or alone outdoors on their very own patio.

Including wining and dining, Bellview also features monthly events including fitness programs, paint nights, and holiday celebrations.  Sign up for their next event ‘Vinyasa and Vino’ here!

We’ve got loads of luck ahead of us this week with our Canvas Paint night on the 22nd! ☘️ Join us for a fun night of painting and wine sipping from 7 - 9 pm this Friday. There are still some spots left, but they are going quickly. Tickets are available right on our website! -- ☘️ ☘️ #luckoftheirish #canvaspainting #stpaddysday #paintandsip #bellviewwinery #wedowine #outercoastalplain

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Providing plenty to offer, we’ll let the rankings speak for themselves. In the 2018 Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition, Bellview took home bronze, silver, AND gold!  For more details visit New Jersey Wines’ website here.

We’re proud to announce our 2018 Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition medals winners! With the gold medal, our 2015 Chambourcin, which has also won the gold in the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition earlier this year. Our 2016 Blaufrankisch and 2017 Traminette both took home the silver; and our Leo with the bronze. We can’t thank everyone enough for your continued support and for allowing us to make New Jersey wines one of a kind. ---- #atlanticseaboardwinecompetition #newjerseywine #outercoastalplain #njwine #localwine #bellviewwinery

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Exclusively home growing their grapes, Vice President Scott Quarella believes this contributes to the uniqueness in flavor. Residing in the American Viticultural Area (AVA), the family continues to grow in compliance with the climate and create unique wines such as traminette, along with more traditional chardonnays. According to Bellview Winery’s informational video, head winemaker David Gardner tends to the grapes, allowing the flavors to culminate to their finest degree.

Feel free to check out their website for more information, and schedule a tour to prepare for the Down and Derby Wine Festival on May 4th!

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