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Get Pampered With Wine, Cheese, and Manicures!

If you absolutely love getting pampered, then you should go to this unique nail salon in Ewing, NJ that pampers you to the highest level. You wouldn’t believe how well you get pampered at this place. They even serve you wine as you wait, and as you are getting your nails done from one hand to the other. They know that this is a long process and sometimes great conversation and friendly staff is not enough to make you feel comfortable. The added touch of fine wine and charcuterie makes the experience feel very special every time you visit to get your nails done. Each time you visit you get to choose from a selection of fine wines in this unique nail salon. You also get some special cheeses and treats that go well with the specific types of wines chosen for that day of service. If you have ever enjoyed going for wine tasting, you can now just go to this local nail salon and get the best of both worlds: a taste of fine wines and cheeses, as well as the wonderful pampering of your pedicure and manicure at the same time.

Nail salon

It doesn’t matter if you enjoy red wine or white wine, light, or deeper tasting wine. This nail salon has it covered. It comes with a variety of wine selections and understands that you love to feel great when you come in to your regular manicure appointment. Rather than being bored for the period of time that it takes to do your nails right, this nail salon gives you a selection of wines that you can choose from for tasting and enjoying. It is a fully licensed facility for serving wine as well. A variety of sides such as charcuterie, grapes, and cheese platters are also available to help you to feel extra loved and fulfilled in your day. You get greeted at the door with excellent customer service and friendly smiles, and then we take your jacket and purse to put them safely away, finally you get seated with an array of excellent and up to date magazines with wine and cheese at your disposal as you wait for a short time for your manicurist to serve you. To ensure that you are fully relaxed if you are doing a pedicure, we put you through a foot soak and shoulder massage as we work with you, all the while having the pampering of your favourite wine from our wine list selection at your disposal. We strive to provide the best of customer service available and you should feel like a pampered princess during these visits. Because of this special service, most customers feel like they just want to experience this over and over again coming back for weekly appointments. We do this for you because we know that you like to feel special, and because you deserve it!

Not only does this nail salon provide fine wines, but it also has knowledge and connection with the finest wineries in the area of New Jersey. Some of the favorite wineries that we like to choose from include Heritage Winery which is a privately owned estate vineyard that creates lovely sweet wines. It was recently named the 2014 Winery of the Year by the New Jersey Wine Growers Association. The New Jersey nail salon likes to pamper you with well selected wines from places like the Heritage Winery, as well as places like the Auburn Road Vineyards. The Auburn Road Vineyards is also a well known winery in New Jersey that this nail salon gets its special wines from in order to pamper you. This winery is known for having amazing World renowned wines. It has also a great selection of artisan cheeses, and a courtyard fireplace. It is this style of pampering that we take very seriously from the winery, into your pedicure and manicure experience. It is as if you are out there in the vineyards sipping on high quality wines with high quality side plates right there in the nail salon. Some other notable wineries which have featured wines at times at this nail salon include the Tomasello Winery of New Jersey and the Laurita Winery. Overall, there is nothing better than the experience of a winery visit in your fully licensed manicure and pedicure pampering session.

Best 5 Wineries in New Jersey

Top 5 Wineries in New Jersey


New Jersey is a home to over 30 vineyards and wineries. Most of them offer wine tasting tours and a wide range of special events such as concerts, festivals, and grape-crushing parties during the year. Here are the best 5 wineries in New Jersey:

Heritage VineyardHeritage Winery

Heritage Winery is a family-owned vineyard, located on land that has been operated by Bill and Penni Heritage since 1853. The farm was initially a home to tree fruit, but later in 1999 they switched to planting grapes and successful produced the first vintage after 2 years. People can enjoy wine tasting any day of the week, but guided tours are only available on weekends, typically Saturdays. Individuals are also provided with complete information about the vineyards, as well as wine-making philosophy. There is a variety of sweet and semi-sweet wines available for those who prefer something on the sweeter side. Heritage vineyard received two New Jersey’s wards and was crowned Winery of the Year in 2011 and 2014 by the New Jersey Wine Growers Association for their exceptional productions and dedication to excellence in the wine manufacturing industry.

Sharrott Winery

Sharrott Winery

The vineyard was initially an apple orchard. It was first planted in 2005, and then opened to the general public in 2008. Sharrott is no doubt one of the most serious wine producers in the state and has received several awards at competitions all over New Jersey. The facility is environmentally friendly as it is powered by solar energy, and is primarily fertilized using manures instead of the chemical sprays. Basically, this winery produces wine from about 10 types of grapes, including fruit wines from cranberries, blueberries, and peaches. Sharrott makes it easier for newcomers to loosen up and ask any questions they may have about the vintages since it normally prescribes to a more casual presentation of its wines.

Tomasello Winery

Tomasello Winery
This is one of the oldest wineries in the state of New Jersey, and was commissioned directly after the end of Prohibition. It produces a wide range of very popular fruit and dessert wines. This has led to receiving significant acclaim for its Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The winery features four tasting rooms all over the state, each displaying a unique atmosphere of eclectic magnificence and attraction. The rooms are also a unique offering and hosts seasonal performances that are truly experiences for the fine wines, stylishly prepared cuisine, and attentively selected operatic arias.

Unionville wineryUnionville winery

It has more than 40 acres of vineyards and the oldest section of the winery building was actually built in 1858. Unionville has been in operation for more than 20 years, building a solid reputation as one of New Jersey’s leading wineries producing some of the best wines. As a matter of fact, the recent events have the potential to establish the Unionville Vineyard as one of the leading wineries in America. Winemaker Cameron Stark’s 2010 Pheasant Hill Chardonnay is even causing the most lackluster wine critics to take a second look at New Jersey wine. The single-vineyard Chardonnay received 88 points from the Beverage Tasting Institute and was placed second in the ruling of Princeton tasting, ahead of French Burgundy costing more than twice as much. This winery offers a typical and extended wine tasting from Monday to Sunday and also complimentary tours during Saturday and Sunday. Besides that, it also provides several striking winery and vineyard wedding options.

Alba Vineyard

The vineyard was founded in the year 1980 and is located among the rolling hills of Musconetcong River Valley. It offers the most wine experience unlike any other winery as guests can sample the award-winning wines paired with small bites of seasonal fruits, artisan cheeses, warm appetizers, and flatbreads. This historic winery houses a tasting room which serves as a showroom with a variety of wines produced on the premises. You will also share your experience of each wine sampled and Alba’s winemaking style in the tasting room. The Vineyard is open Monday to Sunday for tastings, but reservations are not allowed. Individual seeking informative description of the wine making process can attend the on-site seminars and events and get to learn more. When it comes to local, national, and international competitions, Alba wines have fared exceptionally well winning a couple of awards since 1984.