Benchmark Wineries

Acquiesce Winery & Vineyards

Lodi's leading grower/producer of specialty white Rhône varietals and blends

Bokisch Vineyards

One of Lodi's largest winegrower/suppliers and the country's leading grower/producer of Spanish grapes and wines

Fields Family Wines

Handcraft, minimal intervention grower/producer of contemporary style wines

Harney Lane Winery & Vineyards

Grower/producer of heritage varietal reds and contemporary style whites by family farming for over 100 years in Lodi

Heritage Oak Winery & Vineyards

Fifth-generation, estate-grown wines specializing in heritage varietals and artful blends

Klinker Brick Winery

One of the region's highest profile brands, farming in the region for five generations

LangeTwins Family Winery & Vineyards

One of Lodi's largest winegrowers, farming in the region since the 1870s and now specializing in handcraft, vineyard-designated wines

The Lucas Winery

One of Lodi's original independent wineries, producing estate-grown, handcraft vineyard-designate Zinfandel since the 1970s. The Lucas Winery was one of the plaintiffs in the Granholm v. Heald U.S. Supreme Court case on direct-to-consumer shipping, the landmark case that widened the doors to direct shipping in the U.S.

Markus Wine Co.

Specialty small winery owned by a European-born winemaker applying European sensibilities to native yeast fermented blends of heritage varietals as well as specialty German grapes

Michael David Winery

Lodi's largest and most successful independent, family owned grower/producer, with roots in the region going back to the 1860s

McCay Cellars

Small, handcraft, obsessively minimal intervention style grower/producer of

heritage as well as Rhône-inspired varietals and blends

Mettler Family Vineyards

One of Lodi's leading grower/producers of Cabernet Sauvignon as well as heritage and contemporary style varietals, farming in the region since the 1890s

Oak Farm Vineyards

Sleek, ultra-premium level estate grown wines farmed on a historic Lodi property dating back to the 1870s 

Peltier Winery & Vineyards

Fourth generation owned and farmed estate bottlings, representing the cutting-edge of California winemaking