In 30 years, Bogle Vineyards in Clarksburg has become the 18th largest winery in California. In recent years, its growth has forced the winery to send most of its grapes out of the area to be processed.
The sixth generation of the Bogle family to farm in the Delta is bringing it all home with the expansion of their operations to a new winery complex. Three new buildings in Clarksburg will accommodate all of the winery’s crushing, bottling, packaging, storage, and administration. In addition to the truck traffic and greenhouse reductions, the new winery operates with state-ofthe-art energy efficiency measures and a rooftop photovoltaic solar system. The new facility will add over 60 new employees— double the current payroll.
With significant economic and environmental benefits to the region, Bogle Vineyard’s expansion continues the legacy of Patty Bogle, who led the growth of the winery from local pioneer to industry leader.