1973 W. Turner Road
Lodi, California 95242
Phone: (209) 368-0880
Monday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Jessie’s Grove Winery wine tasting room on Turner Rd. is housed in an 1870′s building whose exterior was carefully preserved while necessary structural changes were made inside.
In addition to the Turner Rd. winery location, Jessie’s Grove Winery has recently renovated and opened a second tasting room at Olde Ice House Cellars, Downtown Lodi.
Tasting Fee: $10.00, refunded with purchase
Jessie's Grove is a farm first and foremost. It's been around since the mid 1800's. They've got some beautiful old buildings and even a collection of old farming equipment that you can see upon request. They also have some very old vine grapes that make for mature wine. Try the carignane. I'm not very familiar with this French varietal, but you'll get a really good taste of it here. Just don't expect this to be like an Italian resort. It's a farm and that's where all the charm lies.
Beautiful location, extremely friendly staff and the wine selection is delightful. There are picnic tables so pack a lunch, enjoy the farm animals and the peaceful location while sipping on a good bottle of wine. This wine stop is worth it, you won't be disappointed. P.S bring a good camera the fall sunset is amazing on the property
Jessie’s Grove Winery In Lodi, California is, without a doubt, a priceless gem for many reasons. Since it is a winery, let’s start with the wines. One word: Delicious. Here’s some more words: Crafted with care, pride and love. Every single bottle. From rich robust ancient vine Zinfandels to wispy Pinot Noirs, from oaky Chardonnays to seemingly honey-laden Moscatos, this winery offers palate pleasing wines. They are a vineyard. Surrounded by acres of vines, as you drive down their olive tree lined lane you’re hit with a feeling that you are definitely entering a special place. The dedication of over 130 years of careful grape cultivation emanates from the soil itself. The lineage of this effort flourishes up to the moment as this vineyard is “Home to the oldest Zinfandel producing wines in the Lodi Appellation.” When visiting, you are immersed in a country farm. Barns, animals, tractors, wagons and implements are everywhere you look. There are stories either of history or of use for all that you see. Their tasting room has photos displaying the heritage of the vineyard and of the family owners. Merchandise and memorabilia is all about. As prized as the wine certainly is, so are the people here. From the family members to the “seems like family” employees all are open, friendly, down to earth personalities who add their own unique touches to make a visit to Jessie’s Grove amazingly special. I am in love with this outdoor winery. Don’t worry, the tasting room is indoors. Please be sure to visit the spacious canopied outdoor sitting and mingling area. Here you can learn of the fascinating history of the family, farm and vineyard from the family matriarch herself! She’s not always there, but count yourself lucky if she is. Make a visit to Jessie’s Grove mandatory. You’ll thank yourself for making that choice.
Best wine I’ve ever tasted! The tasting room was cozy, quaint, and had a very antique style. It is on big beautiful farm land, and the staff are very fun and helpful.
The people in this winery make you feel welcome. We got a wine class from Greg and Tana and got to see the wonderful work they do that. The wines they sell in the premises are great.
We love Jessy’s grove , very friendly , very relax and very accommodating!! Also some of the best wine in Lodi . We have been members for many years ! I highly recommend them
Amazing as always. Great service, exceptional wines. And such a relaxing atmosphere. Perfect for a non planned outing. Thanks Jessie's Grove ❤🍷
Its still a very nice place, but customer service was not like it had been in the past.
Jessie’s Grove was always very accommodating! They used to have live music on the weekends, and their wine is superb.
We showed up for the winery's evening picnic and there was a live band and they had lights in the trees. it was wonderful. the music was awesome. Then they went around with little waggons and we tasted the most amazing wine samples, the Chardonay and the Merlot are awesome. I will be back to try other samples of wine and hopefully be back for the picnic under the trees. DIANA.