You’re gonna have to cross the Hudson for this one, but it will totally be worth it. If you’re already in NJ, then it’s even easier.

Freixenet USA announces the launch of the Freixenet Tastings & Tapas Truck.  The “Black Bottle Bubbly” will stop in Hoboken and Asbury Park, NJ from June 2-5 on its tour of five east coast cities to introduce the first food truck created to share the beauty and versatility of cava, Spain’s sparkling wine, one glass of Freixenet at a time.

The Freixenet Tastings & Tapas Truck will make several stops in Hoboken and Asbury Park to connect with consumers, offering them the opportunity to taste Freixenet sparkling wine, nibble on “tapas” and play games.

During the tour in New Jersey, Freixenet brand ambassadors will “pop-up” in the Freixenet Tastings & Tapas Truck at popular local areas during the daytime to play games and share information about their planned nighttime stops.  In the evenings, the Truck will bring a taste of Spanish nightlife to the partner restaurants, clubs and festivals with tastes of Freixenet, signature cava cocktails, games to play for fun Freixenet prizes and late night tapas.

Click through for the Detailed Schedule of stops, which starts TODAY at noon in Hoboken:

The cities in NJ are listed below, but Freixenet has asked that you find the exact truck locations at www.freixenetusa.com/cavatruck, on Twitter (@FreixenetUSA) and on Facebook (facebook.com/freixenetusa).

Thursday, June 2 – Hoboken

Friday, June 3 – Hoboken

Saturday, June 4 – Asbury Park

Sunday, June 5 – Asbury Park

In addition, the Freixenet Tastings & Tapas Truck will be raising money for The Center in Asbury Park by collecting donations at the truck throughout its time in New Jersey and will match up to $500 of the total donations. The Center in Asbury Park is a volunteer based New Jersey not-for-profit service organization, providing support services for people living with HIV/AIDS and their caregivers. The Center in Asbury Park offers its clients and volunteers a safe haven in order to instill a sense of community and stability in their lives.