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Four Sisters Winery

HAPPY NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CAKE DAY! 🍫🍷

Which of our Four Sisters wines pairs perfectly with chocolate cake??...
Nipote Red, of course! Nipote Red is a dry red wine that is made from concord grapes. It is a fruity wine with a dry finish that would compliment any chocolate cake.

We are open from 10-5 today and will let you try a tasting of Nipote Red or any of our other wines for FREE!

www.foursisterswinery.com
908-475-3671

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Here at Four Sisters Winery, we have the best Wine-Fi connection around!

Come spend your Sunday with us - we are offering complimentary wine tastings and food from our vineyard view bistro. We are open from 10-6.

www.foursisterswinery.com
908-475-3671

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Whatever you are doing on this lovely Saturday, make sure to bring your glasses! ALSO make those glasses full of Four Sisters Winery wine!

Today we are open from 10-6 and are offering complimentary wine tastings. We also have food from our Vineyard View Bistro. Stop in and we will definitely fill your glasses!

www.foursisterswinery.com
908-475-3671
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Apple Picking is over for 2019

Apple Picking is done for 2019!  Look for info on 2020 coming soon!

Yes, our orchards will open for the season starting with our Apple Wine and Music Festival weekend September 26th and 27th 2020 and will continue while the supply lasts. 
There is a $10 per carload admission fee for the Apple Wine and Music Festival weekend but it includes live music, hayrides, corn maze and wine tasting.

Harvest weekends begin October 3rd and 4th and will continue through the end of October or until all the apples are picked. Harvest weekends include Pick Your Own Pumpkins as well as the apples and admission is free.

$15 a bag, pick as many bags as you want. Bags must be purchased prior to going to the orchard.
This is not our best crop due to the extreme heat and heavy rains we experienced this year but there should be plenty of apples for the first few weeks.
Bring the kids as there are usually some on the ground that are perfectly good.

 

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