#17 Delta Farmers Market
2510 State Hwy 12, Isleton 95641
email@example.com | (916) 777-4000 | www.deltafarmersmarket.com
Produce: peaches, cherries, plums, onions, squash, tomatoes, sweet corn, zucchini, eggplant, pears, watermelons, strawberries
Other Products: wine, beer, coffee, nuts, honey, baked goods, pies, jams, mustard, olive oil/ vinegars, cheese, dried goods, spices, sauces, salumi breads, firewood, gifts, maps
Services/Activities: wine tasting
Market hours daily: 9AM-6PM.
Wine Tasting: Fri- Sun 11AM- 5PM
Live Music: Weekends Memorial Day- Sept
Great location, easy to find! Just East of the Rio Vista Bridge. Learn about the best the Delta has to offer by coming to Delta Farm Market. From yummy peaches grown on Twitchell Island to excellent wines from both the Lodi and Clarksburg Appellations, you will be glad you stopped. Weekends at the market are extra special with our freshly baked pies, wine tasting, and live music during the summer months. Delta Farmers Market supports and celebrates local Delta Growers and Wineries! They offer a full range of fresh and nutritious locally grown produce, a wide variety of dry and canned products and gift items, local honey, fresh dairy, baked goods, coffee and cold drinks. Their state of the art Wine Room stocks excellent wines from their winery friends around the Delta. All proceeds from the Delta Farmers Market supports the Discover the Delta Foundation Education Center, teaching people about the Heart of California.
View this post on Instagram
We’re only 3 days away from a Michael Klouda Tasting Room takeover! This Saturday, we are delighted to be hosting Michael from Michael Klouda Wines to kick off our summer wine series. Join us in the Tasting Room on the 25th for a special ‘Meet the Vintner’ with this esteemed Lodi winemaker and a taste of his handcrafted wines.
Know Your Farmer
Delta Farmers Market is owned by Ken and Laura Gregory Scheidegger. Ken and Laura also own Gregory Farm located on Twitchell Island. Fruit from Gregory Farm’s orchard has been enjoyed by California Delta and San Francisco Bay Area people for over two generations when Warren Gregory first planted fruit trees in 1985. Originally serving as a U-Pick, the abundance of excellent fruit soon found its way to select markets around Northern California. Shipped in signature yellow buckets, the fruit has gained a reputation for flavor, quality, and uniqueness. Warren’s willingness to experiment in planting new varieties not typically grown in the Delta resulted in the diversity of fruit and the long selling season from May through November.
Warren’s daughter, Laura, and her three children, Gregory, Kristianna, and Xander, carry on the tradition of growing over 50 varieties of stone fruit as well as 5 varieties of Asian Pears. Other fruit grown includes pomegranates, persimmons, and apples. They also use organic methods in growing tomatoes and a wide variety of other veggies specifically for their DFM customers. All Gregory Farm produce is sold still in the signature yellow buckets through their Delta Farmers Market that Ken and Laura opened in 2010. Ken and Laura’s goal is to open an education center all about the Delta. All proceeds from the Delta Farmers Market support the Discover the Delta Foundation Education Center, teaching people about the Heart of California. www.discoverthedelta.com