1 Winemaster Way
Lodi, California 95240
Phone: (209) 367-0646
Monday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
St. Amant Winery is located in an old industrial winery complex that was built after prohibition. It once housed one of the largest cooperative wineries in California, but is now home to St. Amant and a handful of other business.
We don’t have picnic grounds, bocce ball courts, or other “wine country” amenities, we just have good wine. We’ve been told our winery is hard to find, but we kind of like it that way because it tends to keep the trouble makers away.
Tasting by appointment only.
Wow.. Blown away by the quality and price point! My buddy recommended the Souzao and absolutely loved it. -Realtor Anthony Ibarra Big Block Realty
We went to the winery yesterday and ran into Barbara Spencer (maiden name St Amant !!!! WOW). We had a great conversation with her while her son Stewart was transferring brand new Tempranillo from fermentation tank to holding tank and gave us a sample from the filter, YUMMY. Found out they were bottling today and Barbara invited us to come watch. We showed up about 9 am and they were in full production. Harry is the owner of Mobile Wineline, which is a complete wine bottling assembly line housed inside a semi-truck trailer. Let me tell you, this rig is AMAZING. New boxes of bottles go in one side of the back, they are dumped out by hand into a hopper and this super cool mobile assembly line picks them up, fills them with wine, corks them, puts the foil on them and labels them. Then fast handed workers (ie. employees,friends and family) load them back into boxes and the truck tapes up the case, stamps a product name on it and counts them as they slide down the ramp to the waiting stackers. We stayed a couple of hours while they were bottling, of all things, the new Tempranillo and got a guided tour of their warehouse and it's cool history, from Barbara and her sister Nancy. Can't wait to get some of the new Tempranillo . Definitely the highlight of our trip to Lodi
This place served the best wines during our day outing to Lodi. You need to pay attention to the location because it doesn't look like a winery. It's in an industrial complex. But well worth the hunt.
The tasting host was very knowledgeable of the wines and the company, and enjoyable to share some vino with.
We love this wine! Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Always a great release party!