Lake County Winegrape Commission
Established in 1991, the Lake County Winegrape Commission (LCWC) has been instrumental in developing the Lake County region’s unwavering commitment to farming high-quality winegrapes. A state agency with oversight by the California Department of Food & Agriculture, LCWC represents approximately 180 winegrape growers farming approximately 9,500 acres of vineyards in Lake County and works on behalf of those growers in the areas of marketing, research, and education.
Learn more about the Lake County Winegrape Commission:
Official LCWC commission business:
LCWC Executive Committee Meeting 2:30 pm
LCWC Executive Committee Meeting @ Video Conference (see Agenda)
Apr 20 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Agenda – LCWC Executive Committee Meeting, April 20, 2021
LCWC Board Meeting 3:00 pm
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