Fancy a glass of wine (or two, lol)? Point your car towards Wildwood this weekend and check out its wine festival.

The 'Pour Into Summer Wine Festival' takes place over two days, Saturday, May 22nd, and Sunday, May 23rd, outdoors at beautiful Byrne Plaza, according to wildwood365 on Instagram. It's being billed as 'NJ's socially distanced wine festival'.

Now, Memorial Day Weekend isn't until the following week and the summer season doesn't technically arrive until June 20th, but we admire Wildwood's enthusiasm. And, what wine fan doesn't love the chance to spend the day sampling some new, local varietals, especially along the Jersey shore coast. Jersey wineries usually have some delicious seasonal wines, too.

Several New Jersey wineries will reportedly be participating, and there will also be food trucks, crafters, and live music.

The 'Pour Into Summer Wine Festival' takes place from noon to 5PM both days. Tickets are $25 in advance and include wine glass and sampling. Of course, you must be 21 to purchase a ticket and to participate in the wine sampling.

Byrne Plaza is located at 3400 Pacific Avenue in Wildwood.

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