Lompoc (pronounced Lom-poke) has the second largest concentration of tasting rooms in Santa Barbara County, making it the perfect beginning or ending of a tasting trip along our local Wine Trail.
Known previously as the flower seed capital of the world, Lompoc now is home to a thriving wine community.
A section of F Street tucked in one block north of Hwy 246 has fostered a number of wineries and tasting rooms, while the Lompoc Wine Ghetto is close to bursting at the seams, with close to two dozen tasting rooms and production facilities.
A cancelled meeting in New York on the morning of September 11, 2001 helped us to realize that someday was today!Read More →
Inspired by the great traditions of Burgundian winemaking, Joseph Davis has been making Arcadian Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah in California's Central Coast region since 1996.Read More →
Specializing in ultra-premium wines grown in Paso Robles, Artisan Uprising was created after years of making wine solely for our family.Read More →
Since 1984 Bryan Babcock has been producing wines of exceptional quality from his family owned winery located on the far western edge of the Santa Ynez Valley in northern Santa Barbara County.Read More →
Rather than spend a lot of money on new oak barrels, fancy packaging and expensive glass, or marketing, we prefer to focus our attention where it matters the most--in the vineyard.Read More →
While we are grounded in traditional ideals matched with extensive studies in Europe, we nonetheless do not feel the necessity to be fettered by them.Read More →
Clos Pepe believes that great Pinot Noir and Chardonnay is an expression of passionate viticulture.Read More →
Bruno D’Alfonso and Kris Curran, each degreed in enology, blend science with the craft of winemaking.Read More →
Chris and his wife Deanna have cultivated a unique approach to making wine which highlights organic farming practices and the expression vineyard site and the passions of the vineyard owners with who we work.Read More →