Nestled on 89 acres of preserved farmland, Unionville Vineyards has been making terroir-driven, vineyard designated fine wines since 1993. Recently recognized as one of FOOD&WINE magazine's top 500 wineries in the United States, Unionville has earned a reputation for old-world style wines that are acid-driven and food friendly. The focus at this Hunterdon County, NJ winery is varieties from the Rhone Valley and Burgundy in France. Unionville farms and crafts these wines from over 50 acres of estate farmland across three New Jersey counties. Unionville is a member of The Winemakers Co-Op, a burgeoning movement in the state dedicated to fine wine production and elevating the state's wine industry.