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Tours & Tastings
You'll fall in love with the variety of small, family-owned wineries in Lodi wine country offering everything from bar tastings to vineyard tours and outings.More
Hotels & Resorts
When visiting Lodi, there are plenty of options to choose your place to rest; from the high-end to the budget-level hotel chains.More
Bars & Restaurants
Lodi offers plenty of culinary delights that will meet everyone's palettes in your group.More
Transportation & Tour Companies
Leave the driving to a local professional driver and get the inside scope of where to go and what to skip. Expect delays when hailing a ride through the popular ride share apps due to the vast side of the area and limited drivers.More
Things to Do
There's 5 museums to tour, or stretch your legs by going for a hike, bike, swim or fish at Lodi Lake. On the hot days, you stay cool while testing your balancing skills by renting a stand up paddle or kayak on the Mokelumne River.More
Whether you are celebrating a girls weekend, your honeymoon or a weekend retreat, CellarPass offers you instant itineraries to make your trip to Lodi Wine Country is just a click away.More
Know what the best season is to visit Lodi and what to wear.
(December - February) Winter is known as Cabernet season where wineries are open to taste their award-winning Cabernets by the glass or by reserving intimate barrel tastings. Winter is the slowest time of the year where daytime temps range from 42-55 degrees, dress in layers.
(March - May) As Spring arrives, so do the temperatures. The stunning green hillsides beg for a hike and picnic. Spring is also "release" season where most wineries begin offering their latest vintages with special parties and experiences. Reservations are recommended.
"(June - August) Summer can offer temperatures from 70-105 degrees at times. We recommend you drink a lot of water and enjoy yourself as wineries offer many different tour and tasting events to choose from. Reservations are strongly recommended starting mid-June."
(September - November) Fall is harvest season in Napa Valley which attracts wine collectors from around the globe seeking to be part of the excitement of “crush”. From legendary harvest parties to production tours, you’ll need to plan ahead. Reservations are required.
Lodi's travel tips
Traveling to Lodi
- For cross country travel the most convenient airport will be Sacramento International (SMF), but if you are flying private or on a regional commuter flight, you can check for flights into Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK), just 20 miles south of Lodi. There are direct flights from LAX, Las Vegas and Phoenix through Allegiant Air.
- If you are already in the local area, there's a few different transportation companies that can get you around from popular ride sharing apps. Private shuttles can be hired to get you to and from the airport and on your daily excursions.
- Hop on Amtrak’s San Joaquin line as it stops in Lodi. There's a scenic Northern California route from Sacramento.
Today, Lodi is home to over 80 wineries with hundreds of wines declaring Lodi as place of origin, and approximately 100,000 acres of premium wine grapes. Leaders of the industry in sustainable viticulture practices, Lodi’s growers and vintners combine the best of tradition with the most modern advances of science and technology to preserve their land for generations to come.
It is a region where a new generation of growers is rediscovering its rich heritage, and setting out to produce world-class wines that rival the best that California has to offer.