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July Vineyard Update
Posted: July 11th 2019
The fruit has set and the shoots are growing! The vine's canopy is filling out and the tiny berries are beginning to resemble the mature grapes we anxiously await to harvest. A grape vine will produce between 100-150 shoots per vine. We want to mai .. Read More >
Family Roots
Posted: July 6th 2019
Article by the Press of Atlantic City; Written by David Weinberg 
Cape May- Toby Craig and his three children gathered around a patio table at their Cape May Winery on a recent summer morning for one of their famous family meetings. For the Craig family, owners .. Read More >
June Vineyard Update
Posted: June 5th 2019
Pictured Here: The flowers of grapevines are called perfect flowers because they are self-pollinating- there is no need for bees.
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2014 CM3
Posted: May 29th 2019
Navigational buoys are important maritime aids which help to safely guide seafarers through channels and other dangerous obstacles. We trust the CM3 buoy depicted on this bottle will lead you to a pleasurable wine drinking experience. This is our premium red wine, featuring an equal parts blend of M .. Read More >
May Vineyard Update
Posted: May 20th 2019
Pictured Here: Bud Break
It's official- our vines are awake and the 2019 growing cycle is underway!

Bud break, also know as bud burst, is the official start to growing season. Almost .. Read More >

April Vineyard Update
Posted: April 7th 2019
During the cold, winter months our vines go dormant and retain whatever water and nutrients that are left after harvest within their root stock. As spring arrives with its warm temperatures and sunny afternoons, our vines slowly begin to wake up. As the ground .. Read More >
March Vineyard Update
Posted: March 6th 2019
Our vineyard team has been hard at work preparing the vines for the 2019 growing season. They are collecting the canes that grew last season, leaving a 2 bud spur on the vine. The old canes are removed from the vine to stimulate new growth from the leftover spurs.Read More >
February Production Update
Posted: February 6th 2019
Simply put, the chiller operates by running fluid (Glycol) through a compressor that chills the fluid down to about 20 degrees F, in turn creating an icy blanket around the stainless steel tanks.
Here are a few important wine making u .. Read More >
January Vineyard Update
Posted: January 9th 2019
Winter in the vineyard means one thing, pruning. There are many pruning methods used today which are decided upon depending on the grape variety and the potential yields desired.
At the Cape May .. Read More >
Spice Up Your Holiday
Posted: December 21st 2018
Have you ever wondered how to stay warm walking around those chilly German Christmas Markets? The answer is Mulled Wine! Traditionally called Glühwein, this is a spiced red wine served warm. Think, adult hot cocoa. Serving mulled wine at a Holiday Party is one way to perfectly capt .. Read More >
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