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Olde Lockeford Winery

Olde Lockeford Winery at Vino Piazza. Open Late on Theatre Performance Nights

R.H. Phillips Vineyards

Official home page of R.H. Phillips Winery, producers of Toasted Head, EXP, R.H. Phillips and Kempton Clark wines.

Vino Con Brio

Vino Con Brio produces distinctive wines vibrant with flavor and complex character, such as Pinotage and Zinfandel, from the Matson Family estate vineyards in Lodi, California, east of the San Francisco Bay.

Miramont Estate Vineyards

Miramont Estate Vineyards' Celestial wines celebrate the spirit of turning dreams into reality and creating a little slice of heaven on earth. Brimming with a fragrant bouquet and rich, full-bodied flavor, our Celestial wines are simply heavenly!

Benson Ferry Vineyards

Situated in the heart of California at the confluence of the Mokelumne and Cosumnes Rivers, Benson Ferry celebrates a rich farming heritage.

Mcmanis Family Vineyards

McManis Family Vineyards is a grower and vintner of premium varietal winegrapes located near the cool confluence of the San Joaquin and Stanislaus Rivers, just south of Lodi, now known as the River Junction appellation

Pelerin Wines

Building on exceptional quality fruit, Pelerin Wines is dedicated to traditional winemaking methods and to the creation of well-balanced wines with intensity, richness and multi-layered complexity.

A. Nonini Winery

The first vineyards were planted in 1918. The Zinfandel grapes used in the production of the Zinfandel wines were planted in 1921, and today still produce a robust harvest.

Fresno State Winery

California State University, Fresno is home to the only commercial winery on a university campus in the United States.
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The Central Valley is a large, flat valley that dominates the central portion of California. Spanning from the Cascade Range in the north to the Tehachapi Mountains in the south and from Sierra Nevada in the east to the Coast Ranges and San Francisco Bay in the west.

The wineries of Central Valley produce the majority of California's wine; however, few producers use the AVA on their label due to the perception that Central Valley wine is mainly mass produced cheap wine. There are a number of wineries and regions that are challenging this perception.