New Jersey’s love for wine is no secret. The only thing locals love more than their favorite vintage drink is a neighborhood pub that feels like home. For residents and visitors who spend an inordinate time searching for something to do in New Jersey that is so amazing, they keep returning, Working Dog Winery is fast acquiring a reputation for being the best in town.

Located in Hightstown, Working Dog Winery prides itself on its selection of award-winning estate wines, and in keeping with our philosophy to top all things to do in New Jersey lists, patrons enjoy a feeling of true hospitality.

Wine tastings? Yes, please. What winery would miss an opportunity to delight groups of patrons with tastings that elevate their understanding of the nuances of wine that deliver pleasure with each sip of a new variety? Reservations for tastings are recommended so your host is prepared to offer you and your friends an exceptional experience.

What impresses frequent visitors most of all? The intimacy they feel from the moment they arrive at Working Dog Winery. Small gathering tables seat from 4 to 6 guests and are purposefully placed to give wine samplers a feeling of privacy and comfort. Larger parties (up to 12) are asked to bring their own chairs to gather on the lawn. Further, snacks are always welcome! 

When you’re ready to experience the delights of Working Dog Winery culled from your things to do in New Jersey list, we can’t wait to welcome you to our rarified enclave, and while reservations aren’t required, you may wish to call 609-371-6000 to schedule a wine tasting. Every moment of your visit will be blissful since children are not permitted, so grab this opportunity to send them to Grandma’s house.

You’re invited to sample a taste of what you can expect from our expansive list even before you come by browsing our latest offerings on their website. It will whet your appetite in advance and prepare you for an experience that will spoil you for future winery visits in New Jersey or anywhere else for that matter!

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