Clarksburg Winery Collective

The Enduring Harvest: A Saga of Six Generations with the Bogle Family

Bogle Family Vineyards

From their humble beginnings in the late 19th century, the Bogles have overcome challenges and setbacks to establish a thriving winemaking business in Clarksburg, California. Through the generations, the family has cultivated the land, passed down their knowledge and expertise, and nurtured a deep connection to their community. Join the Bogle family as they share their enduring wisdom and dedication to their craft, leaving a legacy for future generations.

Wine & Spirits: Clarksburg Wine Country

Clarksburg Wine Country

Just 15 minutes from Sacramento, this undiscovered, unhurried wine region in the California Delta feels like a world away. A rich farming region that runs alongside the winding Sacramento River, the Delta is full of pear orchards, grape vines, small towns, and California history. A delta breeze travels up the river from San Francisco Bay to cool the region’s grapes at night. Chenin Blanc, Petite Sirah, Viognier and Chardonnay grapes grow well here.

Winery Spotlight: Bogle Vineyards

Bogle Vineyards

The Bogle family didn’t start out growing grapes. Six generations of the family have been farming in the California Delta since the late 1870s. As to their start in the wine business, Jody Bogle, director of public relations for Bogle Vineyards, shares that her grandfather Warren was an award-winning corn farmer, but wanted to switch to a crop that didn’t require replanting every year.

Clarksburg Wine Trail

Clarksburg Wine Trail

Clarksburg Wine Trail is an easy 20 minutes from Sacramento on Highway 160. Check our Yolo County Wine Map to plan your route. There is not much doing in the Clarksburg area, except for the vineyards and tasting rooms in the area. Clarksburg is most famous for Chenin Blanc. Chenin Blanc grows well in Clarksburg because of the Delta breeze and the Sacramento River. The afternoon cooling winds make it the ideal climate for Chenin Blanc and other varieties of grapes. Pack your lunch or other appetizers and head to the tasting rooms that we have recommended.

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