Jessie's Grove Winery

1973 West Turner Rd.
Lodi, California 95242
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Local Phone: (209) 368-0880

This historic farmstead, with its weathered barn, house and outbuildings, is named for a grove of oaks, in turn named for the daughter of the first person to farm this land. The first vineyards were planted in 1888, with some still producing. The grove today does double duty as a museum, with artifacts and interpretive panels illustrating how the land looked before being plowed under. Jessie's Grove hosts a popular summer concert series as well as occasional theater events.

Please call or check website for hours.

Leashed dogs allowed on the grounds and in the grove and picnic area. Dogs not allowed during most events, but call first to ask.

Dog Access:

  • Dogs allowed in picnic area or patio

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