Tomasello Winery and Banquet Facility

225 N White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ 08037


Updated: 2014-04-15 00:21:59 Short URL: gonj.me/57964b
Tomasello Winery was founded in 1933 by our grandfather and is a now run by the third generation of the Tomasello family. We are dedicated to the production of fine varietal wines made from grapes grown on our 70 acres; as well as the production of premium fruit wines.

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Tomasello Winery, the 2010 New Jersey Winery of the Year, was founded in 1933 and is a now run by the third generation of the Tomasello family at its Hammonton, New Jersey location. Tomasello Winery is dedicated to the production of fine varietal wines made from grapes grown on our 70 acres; as well as the production of premium fruit wines. Tomasello Winery has five retail locations in New Jersey, the Winery in Hammonton, and tasting rooms located in Historic Smithville; on the Village Green across from historic Smithville on Route 9; at the Lambertville House in Lambertville and at Wemrock Orchards in Freehold.

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