Our wines are vineyard first wines of the highest quality that respect our agricultural roots and land, so that our farm, communities and the agricultural way of life thrive. We do this to connect you back to the land and give you a taste of estate and sustainably-grown wines from our generational farm in Lodi, California.

Everything we do is for the love of farm and family.

Varietal Offerings


Zinfandel: Blackberry. Dark cocoa. Toasted oak. Fruit dominant flavor.


Midnight: Light cherry. Dark berry. Cassis. Belgian chocolate. Hint of spice. Lush texture. Bordeaux Blend. Cabernet Sauvignon. Malbec. Merlot. Petit Verdot. Cabernet Franc.


Chenin Blanc: Prince Vineyard | Granny Smith apple. Tart pear. Bright. Refreshing.

Cabernet Franc: Miller Vineyard | Cocktail green olive. Dark cherry. Delicate floral notes. Chocolate. Espresso.

Petite Sirah: One Hundred Vineyard | Ripe blackberry. Blueberry compote. Floral. Bittersweet chocolate.


Sangiovese Rosé: Handpicked wild strawberries. Zesty fruit flavors.

Sauvignon Blanc: Meyer Lemon. Lime zest. Tropical notes. Bright.

Chardonnay: Tropical fruit notes. Fresh cut pineapple. Citrus. Soft oak.

Moscato: White peach. Apricot. Orange blossom. Refreshing effervescence.

Pinot Noir: Dried strawberry. Orange peel spice. Subtle tannins. Silky.

Cabernet Sauvignon: Ripe cherries. Gentle warm spice. Developed tannins.

Old Vine Zinfandel: Black cherry. Nuttiness. White pepper. Coffee. Nice tannins.



During the 1870’s Randall and Bradford Lange’s Great-Grandparents settled in Lodi and began a family farm with their son, Grandpa Albert. The farm grew year over year and by 1916 they had their family’s first grape-ranch. It was on this ranch where their dad, Harold, was born in 1920. Just like his father, it was natural for Harold to work with the family to gain experience to carry on the family’s agricultural roots.

Harold expanded the family farm, and when Randall and Bradford returned from college they continued the tradition of working the vineyards. In 1974 they decided to farm on their own and as their business grew, their family did as well – by 1982 the fifth generation was here.

As the kids grew up on the family’s ranch, they developed an appreciation for winegrowing by working summers and harvest. Like Randall and Bradford, after college they each decided to come back to the family farm, so they took the next step and built a winery in 2006. Today each member of the family have unique responsibilities within the winery and viticulture teams, continuing their agricultural roots and growing our winery and wine brands.