Wine Lovers and Local Farm Tours
Located on the north of side California’s great Central Valley, Stockton is in the heart of Northern California’s agriculture and wine region. Individuals and Groups are welcome to taste, learn and explore the bounty of the "Greatest Garden in the World."
Learn about the process of harvesting and making California Olive oil at Bozzano Farms.
The Bozzano family has a history of farming in California dating back more than 4 generations. It began in Italy, where the small family farm produced olives and olive oil for the community. When 15-year-old Lino Bozzano immigrated to Stockton, CA, he brought that tradition with him. He planted tomatoes, founding what would in time become the American branch of the Bozzano family farm. In later years, the Bozzano family replaced their tomato crop with cherries, and in January 2007 the focus switched again to olives and olive oil. In four generations the Bozzano farm has come full circle, from a small olive farm in Italy to the expansive olive ranch it is today.
Groups are welcome during harvest (Oct/Nov/Dec).
Grab a bite to eat and taste some local wine at Clements Ridge Produce
Clements Ridge is the perfect stop for their famous pies, classic tri-tip sandwiches along with their chicken pot pies & homemade candy. They offer a variety of bulk nuts as well as locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables. Their custom gift boxes have been shipped world-wide and lastly don’t forget the new wine room for tastings, and local wines!
Open 11 months of the year – Closed December.
Learn the process and taste great fresh cheese at the Oakdale Cheese & Specialties
Oakdale Cheese Factory produces and sells Gouda and Quark cheeses and has a variety of Dutch and country style gifts and goodies available in its country store and bakery. Produce stand on site with 12 picnic tables that are great for snacking.
Tours available year round.
Don’t miss our Famous Open-Air Asian & Farmer’s Market
Held every Saturday morning year round! This market has been around since 1979 and is considered one of California’s oldest and most successful. It draws nearly 9,000 customers every Saturday. It has fresh flavors, produce, herbs, fish and sweets from Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Korea, China and India. Saveur Magazine’s Top 100 in 2007.
Stockton also offers Farmer’s Markets nearly every day of the week from March thru October.
Lodi Wine Appellation
With over 80 wineries to choose from, visitors can pass the day sipping wine with a local winemaker. Learn how grapes are grown and fine wine is made at the Lodi Wine & Visitor Center. The center boasts interactive exhibits that walk you through the winemaking process – from vines to wines; you’ll be captivated by the detail that goes into every bottle. Shop for unique gift items and mementos at the Lodi gift shop, where you can also taste award-winning handcrafted wines from a selection of over 150 Lodi labels, many of which are only available at the Visitor Center. Later, you won’t want to miss their historic downtown shopping district, where brick cobbled streets and elm trees adorned in twinkle lights welcome visitors year round.
Year round fruit stand and grocery, where the family sells their locally-grown produce, picnic fare and, of course, wines. The onsite café, bakery and wine tasting area has plenty of room for groups. Cut fresh flowers and enjoy a petting zoo too. Phillips Farms is a local and regional favorite for groups of all ages
Custom tours can be arranged to meet the needs of any group. Call us at 877.778.6258 or email@example.com .