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Grape Gallop, an event that pairs running and wine tastings from Alba Vineyard in Milford, NJ Island is happening on October 21 at 10 AM.
The event brings together lovers of wellness and wine (not an oxymoron, we swear!) and provides an opportunity to show off the bounty of a local vineyard.
The online pre-registration fee for the race plus wine tasting is $55. Race day registration is $65.
We also have a race-only admission for designated drivers and under-21s for $35.  Interested participants can visit our website to register: www.grapegallop.com.
During the race, participants receive an up-close tour of the Alba Vineyard’s spectacular vineyard and panoramic views of the Musconetcong valley.
The course is challenging, but the delicious wine samples, crackers and cheese found in the refreshment area, and official swag make that challenge worth it!  Runners receive an official race shirt and Grape Gallop wine glass after the race.
The event beneficiary is Lustgarten Foundation, an organization working to advance research on pancreatic cancer.  Grape Gallop is sponsored by Perfect Bar and the Hangover Pretzel Company.
If you are interested in writing about Grape Gallop or require event photos or high-res logos, please email [email protected]
Alba wines are nationally recognized as one of the east coast’s most award-winning wineries.  Our mission is to sustainably farm estate quality fruit and craft premium wines of exceptional value.  We are celebrating 20 years of farming ~ New Jersey’s most award winning vineyard.  “Quietly changing the reputation of New Jersey wines, one taster at a time.”
For GPS use 269 Riegelsville Warren Glen Road, Pohatcong Township or visit our website www.albavineyard.com.

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Hurricane Ida. Stay tuned for details.
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