Four Sisters Winery

783 County Road 519, Belvidere, NJ 07823

Four Sisters Winery At A Glance...

About Four Sisters Winery

From 1984 - 2014 . . . celebrating 30 years in winemaking! Matty Matarazzo invites all to raise a glass and toasts to your friendship and loyalty! Look for some amazing activities in the months to come.

Vineyard & Apple Orchard

Thanks to new advancements in cold weather viticulture, regions that were once considered to extreme for grape growing in this country are now flourishing. Here at Four Sisters Winery in Northwest New Jersey we are no exception.

Our wines are made from grapes known as Vitis Labrusca (Native American) and French American Hybrids, which are a crossbreed of traditional European varieties and Native American varieties.

Aunt Sadie's Bakery And Cafe

From delicious home baked pies to scrumptious lunches Aunt Sadie's Bakery aims to please. Named after Matty's great Aunt the bakery was a family tradition.

Wine Cellar / Bottling Room

The Wine Cellar situated directly under the winery is active most of the year. The busiest time, of course, is our crush season between the middle of August through October. Once the grapes have been harvested and brought to the back of the cellar, the 'crushing floor' as we call it, the wine making process in the cellar begins.

Description borrowed from

  • Activities:
    • Walking
    • Parking Lot(s)
    • Restaurant On Premises
      Aunt Sadie's Bakery And Cafe
    Wining & Dining:
    • Winery / Vineyard

Contact / Location

Primary Address:
Directions 783 County Road 519,
Belvidere, NJ 07823

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