Lodi Wine Visitor Center
Established in 2000 by Lodi's innovative winegrowers, the Wine Visitor Center is proud to carry hundreds of wines made from Lodi-grown winegrapes. Located in the heart of the region's historic Mokelumne River appellation, the Wine Visitor Center is the official tourism guide to the Lodi Appellation, making it a must-do for first-time and returning visitors alike. Featuring an onsite demonstration vineyard and a wine list which rotates weekly, the Wine Visitor Center offers continuous learning and discovery opportunities.
Just 40 minutes south of Sacramento and 90 minutes east of San Francisco, the Wine Visitor Center is situated on the picturesque grounds of the Wine & Roses Hotel, Restaurant, & Spa.
Sacramento International Airport (SMF) - 47 miles
Oakland International Airport (OAK) - 86 miles
San Jose International Airport (SJC) - 92 miles
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) - 104 miles
To make a reservation for a tasting please call 209.365.0621 or email. Please review our list of policies and safety procedures before booking your experience.
Outdoor Seated Experience
Our private, outdoor seated experience is available for groups up to 4 guests and is $12 per person. Our temporary hours of operation are Thursday - Sunday 12:00 - 5:00pm. Your tasting includes a selection of 4 diverse Lodi wines. The seated experience spans 45-75 minutes (90 minutes maximum).
Lodi Wine Visitor Center Policies
If you're feeling sick, please stay home. We are happy to reschedule your reservation at no additional cost.
Please wear a face covering to enter and exit the tasting room. Once you are seated, you may enjoy your tasting covering-free.
Please practice physical distancing when you are at the Visitor Center. Once you are seated, please refrain from leaving your table unless, of course, it is to use the restroom.
If you must leave your table during your tasting, please wear a face covering.
No outside food or beverages aside from water are permitted.
Lodi Wine Visitor Center Safety Procedures
The health and safety of our staff and guests is our number one priority. To keep everyone safe, we are:
Conducting daily health screenings of our staff and asking them to wear face coverings at all times.
Asking guests to wear face coverings when not actively tasting.
Practicing meticulous hand hygiene.
Maintaining physical distancing among our staff and guests.
Limiting capacity in the Visitor Center patios.
Limiting group size to no more than 4 guests per group.
Asking guests to make reservations for tasting experiences and requesting that they remain seated throughout the duration of their tasting.
Minimizing contact with serving items.
Sanitizing customer-contact surfaces, common areas and touch points including payment devices, table, chairs, etc.