Blue Cork Winery & Vineyard grows, farms and bottles at their estate located in the Outer Coastal Plain. Conveniently located a short distance off the Black Horse Pike in Williamstown, New Jersey.
“Where there is no wine, there is no love”– Euripides, Greece
12:00pm – 6:00pm
12:00pm – 8:00pm
12:00pm – 9:00pm
12:00pm – 9:00pm
12:00pm – 7:00pm
MON – TUE
We are closed
Tours & Tastings
EVENTS & MORE! | FEBRUARY
Blue Cork Winery is happy to host live music every weekend from April to November (weather permitting). Check back monthly and follow us on Facebook!
“In wine, there is truth”– Pliny the Elder, Rome
Blue Cork Winery and Vineyard is an Italian & Greek, family-owned winery. Angelo and Michelle are focused on continuing their journey and honoring their values and traditions through creating delicious tasting wine to enjoy with their friends, family, and customers.
Hear It From Our Guests
“A Dream Come True”
“Blue Cork is not just a winery, it is a dream come true for a couple that has worked so very hard to build the business from scratch. Blue Cork is a place where you can go and feel like family. My favorite part about walking through the doors is the ‘at home’ atmosphere you get. From the traditional tastings to the unique treats that can be found on the menu, this experience will not disappoint!”
“A Hidden Gem”
“Blue Cork Winery is an absolute hidden gem – they have the best wine in South Jersey, and owners Angelo and Michelle truly add the element missing from other local wineries: family! Whether you check out their massive fire pits, live local music, or simply a glass of their delicious wine, Blue Cork has something for everyone!”
Steve & Vince
“Favorite in the Tri-State Area”
“Blue Cork winery is my favorite in all of the tri-state area. The owners Angelo & Michelle are hands on from open until close. The staff is very accommodating & are well versed in all aspects of the wine & the business. Their wines are the best variety in red, white & sweet. I can not wait to see how this family owned & operated business grows in the future.”