Sky Acres Winery is located in horse country in central New Jersey about 1 hour west of NYC. This area consists of large farm tracts, most of which are protected from future development. The winery and vineyard are located in 50 acres of pristine woodlands and pasture. The name of the winery comes from our long time interest in aviation and the logo represents our red Waco YMF5 biplane.
Meera and Vijay Singh
The winery and vineyard is primarily used for research into new and more sustainable ways to make wine. Better quality wine with minimal water usage and minimal environmental impact is our goal. It is a test site to evaluate our patented GOfermentor™ winemaking machine, our GObarrel™ aging system, and many other innovations. These products are all being currently commercialized, so that wineries all over the world can utilize these innovations to become more sustainable.
Our latest offering is a wonderful red that has been crafted to be the perfect compliment to Chinese food. If you have been unsure about what wine will compliment Chinese cuisine, look no further!
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2018 San Francisco Chronicle Awards
After receiving nearly 7,000 entries from 36 states across the country, the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest competition of American wines in the world, has once again narrowed thousands of wines down to an exclusive few, with our Cabernet Franc NJ 2016 winning Silver, our Black River Red 2016 winning Bronze and our Petite Syrah 2016 also winning Bronze.
More great news for New Jersey residents:
Sky Acres Wines are now available at Adelphia Wine Market in Bernardsville!
Adelphia Wine Market
79 Morristown Rd
Bernardsville, NJ 07924
Great news for New Jersey residents:
Sky Acres Wines are now available at Shop Rite Wines in Chester!
Shop Rite Wines & Spirits
120 US 206 South
Chester, NJ 07930
It’s in the Bag
A former pharma exec’s invention aims to take the mess out of winemaking.
By Marlaina Cockcroft
Vijay and Meera Singh want to clean up the winemaking business. “It’s just a mess,” says Vijay, a former pharmaceutical executive. “It’s so dirty a job.” His solution: a machine that ferments at the touch of a button. “In a funny way, our wine is made kind of like a pharma process,” says Singh. “Everything is clean, closed, sterile. No muck, no dirt.” At the heart of the process is GOfermentor, a machine he invented to automate winemaking. A number of wineries have given GOfermentor a spin, and wines produced using the machine at Sky Acres, the Singhs’ winery in Far Hills, have been honored in international competitions.
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