Lake County Winegrower Vineyard Signage Program
The Lake County Winegrape Commission has established a Vineyard Signage Program designed to support local winegrowers in branding their own vineyards and to convey a professional image of the region as a whole.
The sign design features the new Lake County Winegrower logo – which reflects regional positioning as a high-elevation, mountainous region dominated by young volcanic soils and luminous sunlight. The sign color echoes the rusty red of our soils, and the rustic hardware represents the region’s ruggedness. A custom panel features your vineyard name/brand, AVA, and elevation, while an optional panel identifies key varieties grown.
To participate, simply complete, sign, and return the order form along with payment. The Commission has funded signage design costs, so winegrowers only pay to reimburse the cost to produce their requested sign(s). See order form for details.
For multiple vineyard properties, please fill out one form per sign requested.
Vineyards with a Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing (CCSW) certification may display the existing CCSW sign as shown (hanging hardware included in sign kit).
Sign kit(s) include sign panels, mounting hardware, and instructions. Winegrowers must provide lumber and handle all placement and installation. Orders will be grouped, manufactured in batches, and delivered to the Lake County Winegrape Commission. When your sign kit is ready, you will receive a notification asking you to schedule an appointment to pick up your sign kit(s) in Kelseyville.
The sign is two-sided to be visible from both directions of traffic. Signs should be set back from the road and out of the county right-of-way. For any questions regarding placement on your property, please contact the Lake County Community Development Department, (707) 263-2221.
For any questions about the Lake County Winegrower Vineyard Signage Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for the first round of production is February 19.
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