When 6th generation Michael Heringer thinks about Heringer Estates Family Vineyard and Winery, focusing on where they are today, he feels an immense gratitude to the generations of Heringers before him.
In 1893 George Washington Scribner, being lured into farming by the rich, deep soils of the Sacramento River Delta, settled along what is now called Scribner Bend. The river bend became a vital shipping point, picking up produce, mail and passengers by steamboat.
Although the Bogle family has been farming since the mid-1800’s, it was not until 1968 that the father and son team of Warren and Chris Bogle planted their first 20 acres of wine grapes in Clarksburg, California.
The Salman Family have been farming in the Delta region since 1929. Our first vineyard was planted in 1969 on Sutter Island. Today our Grand Island Vineyard is open to the public, to relax, enjoy our wines, and be in the mist of beautiful scenery.
We are excited to welcome you and your friends to Julietta Winery. You will most often find us on the other side of the bar, telling a story or two about the wonderful wines, or about our journey to opening the winery.
Consumnes River Farm, is a family owned company. Farming has been our family’s way of life for 4 generations; it has provided our family with years of appreciation to the earth and our knowledge of the wholesome food we share with you.
With six generations of farming under our belts, the family is “branching out” to craft pear cider! Sarah Hemly has started the family down the path of fermented beverages, aka; Hemly Cider.