Cape May, NJ

Uncork & Unwind: an evening of fine wine and dining at Exit Zero Ferry Park in Cape May

Marilyn Johnson

On June 16, The Garden State Wine Growers Association and Exit Zero partnered to host the second dinner in the Uncork & Unwind: a Fine Wine and Dine Series and have been working on curating a unique dining experience for every guest.
Exit Zero Ferry Park to host a second wine dinner in Cape May, NJ.Photo byExit Zero Ferry Park

With this partnership, visitors can add perfect wine pairings to waterfront sunset views and mouth-watering food from land and sea to make the perfect night out at Exit Zero’s The Lookout at Ferry Park. 

“Our first dinner of the series was a huge success,” said Krystina Kennedy, Director of Programming, Sales and Events for Exit Zero Hospitality. “We were able to showcase local fine wines while highlighting delicious food and are excited to do so again.”

The menu includes a 5-course dinner with options like Cape May Salt Oysters topped with Mignonette, Corn and Crab Bisque, Miso Glazed Tile Fish, and more paired with wines from four New Jersey Wineries (listed below). Enjoy the night while socializing with the winemakers themselves and learn about the fruits of their labor. 

Reservations are required; the cost is $100/ticket. Click here to book a memorable night of fine wine and dining. *Please note the menu is subject to change, but there will be no substitutions.

“The Garden State Wine Growers Association Fine Wine Caucus is proud to promote the fine wines these winemakers are producing in our local communities,” said Kenna Weurker, Board of Directors Chair for GSWGA. “We thank Exit Zero for their continued partnership!”

Participating wineries for the June 16th event include:

  • Bellview Winery
  • Amalthea Winery
  • Auburn Road Vineyard
  • Hawk Haven Vineyard

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