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The San Joaquin Valley has been called “the food basket of the world.” Crops grown here include cotton, asparagus, almonds, pistachios, oranges, peaches, garlic, tangerines, tomatoes, kiwis, hay, alfalfa, raisins and wine. At 61,000 vineyard hectares (151,000 acres), this is by far the largest wine region in the state. Visit → Visit →
San Joaquin Valley
On the vine for over
100 years
Seven Counties
and four AVAs
Stretching from
in the north to the
Tehachapi Mountains
in the south

San Joaquin Valley Wineries

8 wineries