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South Jersey’s Terra Nonno Winery is a family affair that was born during the pandemic

ROSENHAYN, NJ – The Pipitone family has farmed in Cumberland County, New Jersey for generations.

But recently, they began planting grapevines on part of their farm, and the seed has been planted for a family-run vineyard and winery.

Terra Nonno, or “Grandfather’s Country,” Vineyard and Winery was born, and business exploded so quickly that this small winery has become the definition of family business – as in the family.

Owners Adamo and Jeannette Pipitone and their son and daughter-in-law Adamo Jr. and Erika Pipitone arrange the on deck family of cousins, aunts and uncles to create a warm, beautiful and relaxing atmosphere in the middle of a South Jersey farm, the feels like being transported to Tuscany or the south of France.

And the wine, it’s pretty good too.

https://abc13.com/winery-vineyard-rosenhayn-new-jersey/11617769/ South Jersey’s Terra Nonno Winery is a family affair that was born during the pandemic

Dais Johnston

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