Hello there, winery enthusiasts!
We come to you today to provide an in-depth review of the White Horse Winery located in Hammonton, New Jersey. The winery lies within the Outer Coastal Plain AVA and opened to the public in 2016. It is one of the newest wineries in the Garden State.
We visited the winery in the afternoon on Saturday, August 4 for a quick tasting during a day trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey. The winery was packed with enthusiastic customers who were enjoying their tastings, glasses, and bottles of wine while listening to live music outdoors. We were greeted at the door by the lovely winery mascot, Macie, a sweet and energetic Pup!
Tastings are $10/person, or $5/person for wine club members. Ed and I are members of their wine club, so it’s almost like a BOGO free deal, right?! Can’t beat that! During our tasting, we each enjoyed five different varieties of wine. We enjoyed the majority of the wines we sampled, my favorite being the 2017 Vintner’s White. The crisp notes were so refreshing on the hot summer day! One thing that impressed us specifically- White Horse Winery will provide you a clean glass when you switch from White’s/Rose’s to Red’s. We typically experience a winery rinsing your glass with water when you make the switch, so this was a pleasant surprise!
Please see below for our winery review scorecard for White Horse Winery. This scorecard is a living and breathing document and we may make changes as we continue to re-explore the Garden State’s winery regions. We are open to any feedback!
All in all, we highly recommend White Horse Winery. If you find yourself in Hammonton, New Jersey, you should definitely pay them a visit!
Wine is calling, we must go!
Nick & Ed