Cape May Winery Washington Inn Lucky Bones Back Water Grille Love The Cook Cape May Beach Weddings Cape May Roasters
Facebook Twitter TripAdvisor Instagram Yelp
Cape May Winery & Vineyard  
Displaying 31 - 40 of 55 Postings <<  |  <  Prev |  1  |  2  |  3  | 4  |  5  |  6  | Next > |   >> 
November Production Update 2019
Posted: November 4th 2019
What a busy fall it has been for our production team! Harvest is officially over, but there is still a lot of work to be done with our new grapes. Most of our ferments are complete and the young wines are resting patiently in their tanks or barrels awaiting the next steps in the wine-making process.
October Vineyard Update 2019
Posted: October 4th 2019
The rest of our red grape varietals and late harvest white grapes will be picked this month. Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Vidal Blanc are the last grapes to be harvested here in Cape May. The crush pad will be buzzing with totes full of grapes and many hands to help with the most exciting
Elevating the Winery Experience
Posted: September 19th 2019
Chef Mike Siegel To say he loves food would be cliché. He thinks of his relationship with food as a marriage- he is always with food and wouldn't have it any other way. Chef Mike received his formal education in culinary arts from Johnson & Wales. In between training and starting
Chardonnay Harvest
Posted: September 4th 2019
Harvested on September 3rd, 4th and 5th. 6 acres of Chardonnay between our Shunpike, Townbank and Isaac Smith Vineyards. All clusters are picked by hand, with love! 22 degrees BRIX
September Vineyard Update
Posted: September 7th 2019
September means harvest at the winery! The first grapes to come in off the vine will be the white varietals: Cayuga, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and Riesling to name a few. Our team will get into the red varietals towards the end of the month. Field samples have been taken, and will continue to be take
August Vineyard Update
Posted: August 7th 2019
The summer heat becomes visible in the grapes during the month of August. We call this veraison, or the change of color of the grape berries to indicate the beginning of ripening. The warm weather and sunlight that our grapes have been enjoying allow for sugars to develop and the acids within t
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 maintain about 40 of the best shoots to crop for this s
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 of the Washington Inn and Lucky
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. Right now, our vines look like they are covered with tiny grape bunches, but these mini-bunches are actually protective caps for future grapes. When the vine is r
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
Displaying 31 - 40 of 55 Postings <<  |  <  Prev |  1  |  2  |  3  | 4  |  5  |  6  | Next > |   >> 

Cape May Wine

Home     Photos    
Facebook Twitter Instagram Yelp
Sign Up For Email Alerts
Site Map
   Current Wines
   Custom Labels
   Find Us Here
Our Story
Our Team

The Experience
Tap Room
House Policies
Case Club
Large Group Visit
Private Event Information
Daily Menu
General Inquiry