Lake County Terroir
Master Vigneron Academy
Stewardship
Lake County Terroir
Lake County’s intensity of place – climate, soils, and sunlight – produces grapes and wines of compelling quality and character.
Master Vigneron Academy
Demonstrating innovation and leadership, the Lake County Master Vigneron Academy is the only program of its kind in the US.
Stewardship
Lake County growers are leaders in sustainability, focused on quality, industry-leading viticultural practices, and widespread vineyard certification.
The Producers Behind California’s Volcanic Wines
With the current buzz around “volcanic wines,” the possibility that Mount Konocti or any surrounding cinder cones could erupt after 11,000 years may just be a boon for the image of Lake County wines. The imprint that the region’s rocky, gravelly, volcanic soils makes on the wines of Lake County is impossible to ignore. While broad-stroke assertions that the wines taste like volcanic ash, iron or salt don’t apply, the final bottlings do have unique characteristics due to the region’s difficult conditions and high-elevation vineyards. Owners, winemakers and vineyard managers from four of the highest-rated estates in this Northern California region share how they tame the wild, unforgiving hills of Lake County and craft wonderful wines.
UPDATE: The November newsletter is now available: Post-Harvest grower tailgate offers fall guidance. Lake County wines showcased at San Diego Bay Food + Wine and Sommcon. CAWG presents crop insurance webinars. LEARN MORE

Discover Lake County

Known as “The Mountains of the North Coast,” Lake County is an exciting high-elevation wine region located in Northern California’s prestigious North Coast appellation. What makes this area so special?

The Vine Line Podcast

The Vine Line podcast is an audio resource produced by LCWC for grape growers and winemakers. It includes lectures and other technical presentations related to the wine industry. Learn more

Weather Resources

weather resources
For growers, weather is an ongoing topic of discussion – and for good reason. Daily and seasonal weather conditions have a significant impact on vineyards. To help you stay informed, the Commission provides a number of resources, from the Western Weather Service to monthly climate reports. Read More

Calendar of Events

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LCWC Board Meeting 4:00 pm
LCWC Board Meeting @ LCWC Office
Dec 3 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Agenda – LCWC Board Meeting, December 3, 2019
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Crop Insurance Webinar Series 10:00 am
Crop Insurance Webinar Series
Dec 4 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Crop Insurance Webinar Series
Crop Insurance 101 As the harvest season wraps up, it’s time to start planning for next year. An important part of your 2020 planning process is risk management of your most valuable asset – –[...]
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Crop Insurance Webinar Series 10:00 am
Crop Insurance Webinar Series
Dec 11 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Crop Insurance Webinar Series
Crop Insurance 102 Whether you are new to crop insurance or you’ve been purchasing it for many years, CAWG is committed to bringing you education on the most current industry topics. Our Crop 102 webinar[...]
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UCCE Lake & Mendocino IPM Seminar 7:30 am
UCCE Lake & Mendocino IPM Seminar @ UC Hopland Research and Extension Center
Dec 13 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
22nd Annual UCCE Lake & Mendocino IPM Seminar   UC Hopland Research and Extension Center 4070 University Road, Hopland Rod Shippey Hall Friday, December 13, 2019 Doors open 7:30 am for Registration Seminar starts at[...]
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Crop Insurance Webinar Series 10:00 am
Crop Insurance Webinar Series
Dec 18 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Crop Insurance Webinar Series
Whole Farm Revenue Protection Want to protect your crop against price and market losses? Maybe Whole Farm Revenue Protection (WFRP) is for you! Join CAWG on Wednesday, December 18th at 10:00 am to learn more[...]
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