LangeTwins Winery

  • 1525 E. Jahant Rd
  • Acampo, CA  95220

We are generational farmers. Our priority has always been to connect you to the land through wine.

Brad and Randall Lange, twins and fourth-generation Lodi winegrape farmers, grew up and raised their families on the land we still farm to this day. Their respect for the land and passion for preserving it for future generations is our foundation and influences our everyday practices. In 2005 the fifth-generation made a lifelong commitment to the family company, joining the business with roles spanning across both the winery and viticulture teams. It was at this time, we built the winery - a generational decision to ensure our farm, communities, and the agricultural way of life thrives.

As generational farmers, we know that great wine starts in the vineyard. This philosophy, our focus on sustainability, and experience with our vineyards guide our viticulture decisions within the Lodi and Clarksburg Appellations. With every vintage being unique, we know that dedicating attention to each block delivers the best winegrapes each year. And with each family member dedicated to our winery and vineyards, our love for farm and family lies in each bottle of wine.

We look forward in sharing our wines with you! Stop in and have a taste of traditional varietals like Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon or if you are feeling adventurous, enjoy Montepulciano or Teroldego.

Reserve your next wine tasting experience.

  • Tasting - appointment only
1525 E. Jahant Rd
Acampo, CA 95220

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