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Inland Valleys

San Joaquin Valley

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 www.idrinkwine.net → Visit www.fresnocountywinejourney.com →
San Joaquin Valley wineries

6 wineries

Events in San Joaquin Valley

Lodi Grape Festival

September 12—15, 2019

Lodi Grape Festival grounds, Lodi

This year is the 82nd annual Lodi Grape Festival, a celebration of the grape harvest in San Joaquin County.

Cost: $10 for adults ages 13 and up, $6 for youth ages 6-12 and 5 and under are free - we have promotions on each day with special admission prices and offer advance sale tickets for only $6

Address & Location:
Lodi Grape Festival grounds, 413 E. Lockeford St., Lodi, CA

Phone: (209) 369-2771

Email: brandy@grapefestival.com

Website: www.grapefestival.com

Details: For 82 years the people in San Joaquin County have been gathering to celebrate the grape harvest at the annual Lodi Grape Festival. What started out as a small food festival in downtown Lodi has now evolved into a four day event filled with great entertainment, food, wine tasting, vendors, grape and commodity murals, competitive exhibits, carnival, grape displays and so much more!