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August 07, 2021 to August 07, 2021
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Wagonhouse Winery, 1401 New Jersey 45,, Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States, 08085

About This Event

The Trauma Survivors Foundation invites you to sample a new wine offering at the beautiful Wagonhouse Winery. Come join us at the wonderful Wagonhouse Winery for a charity wine celebration you won’t forget. Enjoy the launch of a new special charity wine (The Captain's Punch), while helping our Everyday and Hospital Heroes. Feast on delectable charcuterie trays as well as other food items, while enjoying live entertainment. Come dressed in your finest Summer attire for your Instagram worthy pictures. Limited tickets are available. TICKETS INCLUDE -A glass of the Captain's Punch -A souvenir wine glass -Prizes and Giveaways -Live Music/Entertainment by Emmanuel Ohemeng III and Perpetual Motion -A chance to win a Caribbean Vacation Package worth $3000 -Access to several local artists and vendors -Discounts on wine purchases -Snacks and Water Bottles -Photo Op With Custom Backdrop -Pay as you go glasses of wine from the Wagonhouse Winery collection -Food from the Vinter's Wife Mobile Cafe -Discount tickets available at the event for the Delaware Beer Fest LOCATION Wagonhouse Winery is a winery in South Harrison Township in Gloucester County, New Jersey. Wagonhouse's original vineyard was first planted in 2004 in Mickleton, also in Gloucester County. The winery began sales of its wine in 2005, and opened a tasting room in South Harrison in 2011. Wagonhouse has 10 acres of grapes under cultivation, and produces 7,000 cases of wine per year. The winery is named for an old wagon house that is on their farm. Wagonhouse Winery is located at 1401 NJ-45, Swedesboro, NJ 08085 TAKE THE HERO'S PLEDGE WITH THE CAPTAIN'S PUNCH We are excited to announce our new collaborative partnership with Wagonhouse Winery and Three Boys Brand! We are introducing “The Captain’s Punch” concord red wine to the wine market. Love brought us to this new wine! Inspired by the heroism , dedication and caring of retired Chester Police Department Captain Alan Davis, a portion of the sale of bottles of