Natali Vineyards

221 North Delsea Drive (Route 47) Cape May Court House, NJ

Pick-Up & Delivery: Open Daily 10-5  • Outdoor Patio Service: Friday & Saturday 10-6 

Pick-Up & Delivery: Open Daily 10-5

Outdoor Patio Service: Friday & Saturday 10-6 

Reservation Required for Saturday afternoon Seating

Natali Vineyards

221 North Delsea Drive (Route 47)
Cape May Court House, New Jersey

Open Sunday-Thursday from 11 AM to 6 PM,
Open Friday & Saturday 11AM to 7 PM

New Release of Nonna Cucina

Groups of 5 or more need to call or email us

Natali Vineyards is one of the seven Cape May vineyards located within 20 minutes of the Jersey Shore beaches. Contact us for your private parties, corporate and alumni functions, civic gatherings, and all those lifetime milestones and achievements that deserve celebration! Take a New Jersey winery tour on your next vacation! We have tables and chairs on our patio and under the tent (May to October) if you want to bring a picnic lunch; however, we do not permit bringing food into our Tasting Room. For more information call us at 609-465-0075 or email us at

Voted best winery in New Jersey by

TripSavvy Top 10

Pick-up and Local Delivery

  Groups must make reservations in advance. Please call ahead of time for your reservation. Saturday afternoons are extremely busy but we have extended  Friday and Saturday hours to 7 PM.

Please no children on the weekend

Tasty Tapas & Culinary Creations by Chef Mark Kalla

Treat yourself to a Wine Pairing Dinner on Saturday  (check our events schedule).  Select a cheese platter or an Antipasto creation on our Tapas Menu to accompany your wine tasting experience. Enjoy the ambiance of our new Tasting Room, or out on the patio (when the weather’s right)!

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