Unionville Vineyards in pastoral Hunterdon County rests on 89 acres of preserved farmland. The winery and vineyard is comprised of 5 estate vineyards spread over two counties, allowing for unique, expressive wines to be crafted from fruit grown in the varying terroir of central and northern New Jersey. First planted in 1988, Unionville is celebrating 30 years as a winery in 2023.
Unionville crafts acid-driven, fruit-forward, aromatic wines, focusing on Burgundy and Rhone varieties such as Chardonnay, Syrah, Pinot Noir, and Viognier. Its Hunterdon Mistral Series is the only collection of Rhone-inspired blends on the East Coast.
The finest expression of the land and style of Unionville is its single vineyard series, wines developed from grapes grown in small lots on specific parcels of the Unionville Vineyards vineyard properties in Princeton, Hopewell, and the Amwell Valley.
Unionville is a leader in sustainable farming practices in New Jersey. The winery is 100% solar powered, utilizes a closed-loop input system in which manure is collected from neighboring pastures, and kitchen refuse is collected from neighboring restaurants for compost material. Grazing animals, bird boxes, pollinator gardens, stormwater runoff collection, and river friendly certification ensure that the land comes first at Unionville – and the wines show it.