Taking its name from the Delaware Memorial and Commodore Barry Bridges, which traverse the nearby Delaware River, the Two Bridges Wine Trail takes visitors on a tour of nine local vineyards in five South Jersey towns across two counties. Dining, shopping, and other local attractions punctuate the 53-mile-long trail comprising Auburn Road Vineyard & Winery, Bellview Winery, Cedarvale Winery, Chestnut Run Farm, Coda Rossa Winery, Heritage Vineyards, Monroeville Vineyard & Winery, Summit City Farms & Winery and Wagonhouse Winery.

South Jersey’s Wine Trails

Within the Outer Coastal Plain AVA, the wine trails of South Jersey cut across a broad region of real estate, but are not difficult to travel. Three major routes—the Two Bridges Wine Trail, Pinelands Reserve Wine Trail, and Cape May Wine Trail—open up the diverse landscape of the state to visitors. Enjoy the scenery of South Jersey’s coastal and watershed areas, its wild forests, and the lands carved by the Delaware River as you cross from vineyard to vineyard, sampling the local color and culture of the area.

The trails range in length from 19 to 66 miles, and are designed to be enjoyed at whatever pace you prefer. Accommodations are also available along the designated routes for those who choose to extend their tour beyond a single weekend.

However you decide to approach the wine trails, leave yourself enough time to stay and chat with the locals and your fellow guests—because you’re guaranteed to make new friends along the way.

Learn more about each of the wineries and breweries here.