Informed and discriminating tasters know the significant difference between wine for the masses and boutique hand-crafted wines straight from the vineyard. The Berghold Estate Winery in Lodi, California, is a family-owned and operated business, offering connoisseurs of fine wines a luxurious experience at our beautiful vineyards and estate.
The Berghold Family produces the finest wine grapes. We have 85 acres of wine grapes, producing varieties of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Syrah and other wines. Our Mediterranean climate is ideal for growing wine grapes, with the Delta breezes off the San Francisco bay and the alluvial, sandy loam, nutrient rich soils of the vineyards.
Since 1986, the Berghold Family has handcrafted artisan wines to delight discerning palettes. Come meet the family at Berghold Vineyards and Winery, where you’ll be surrounded by aromatic vineyards and exquisite antiques from the American Victorian period. If you can’t make it to our vineyard, our wines are also available online, and can be shipped to your home.
Discounts based on quantity of purchase:
6-11 bottles: 10% discount
12-23 bottles: 15% discount
24+ bottles: 20% discount
Shipping prices based on zip code:
1-3 bottles = same ship cost
4-6 bottles = same ship cost
7-11 bottles = case ship cost
12 bottles = case ship cost
** Restricted states: AL, IA, KY, MA, MI, ND, NH, SD & UT **
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