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South Jersey Vineyards Have Same Soil as Bordeaux France

Can New Jersey Winemakers Compete with the World’s Best?

By Matt Goldstein

According to a recent report on NPR, the soil in South NJ is very similar or in fact the same type of soil as in Bordeaux France, one of the greatest wine regions, if not the greatest wine region in the world. With . . . → Read More: South Jersey Vineyards Have Same Soil as Bordeaux France

South Jersey Vineyards Have Same Soil as Bordeaux France

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2 comments to South Jersey Vineyards Have Same Soil as Bordeaux France

  • Gourmonster

    South Jersey Wines? Let’s review:
    Camden Shiraz… round and well-bodied, with only a hint of crack.
    Cotes Du New Brunswick… the name says it all
    Chateau Egg Harbor Inlet… seawater and grapes; two great tastes that go great together, just not in the same mouthful

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    Matt Goldstein Reply:

    Camden Shiraz. Love it!

    Not sure how seawater impacts wine, but single malt scotches, being on the islands and close to the water in Scotland is a major impact on the scotch, especially being that scotch is aged for a significant amount of time.

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