Jeremy Wine Company's tasting room is located in the historic downtown of Lodi, California. What started out as a bank in the early 1900's has since evolved into a bustling tasting room that may seem crowded at times, but always has room for more laughter and good cheer. Time with Jeremy is always time well spent!
With our limited space, patio seating is available on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are not accepted at this time.
• CA COVID REVISED OPERATIONS •
The state of CA has required us to stop all on site consumption of wine. Our hours are unchanged. All seating, glass, bottle and flight sales are halted until further update.
Here are details to to know if stopping by:
OPEN DAILY 12 pm to 5 pm
New Year's Eve - 12 pm to 3 pm
We are CLOSED
Fourth of July - July 4
Thanksgiving Day - Nov. 26
Christmas Eve - Dec. 24
Christmas Day - Dec. 25
New Year's Day - Jan. 1
Join us in our warm and cozy tasting room! Set just off the hustle & bustle of vibrant downtown Lodi, our tasting room offers a gracious and welcoming place to relax and savor all Jeremy Wine Co. has to offer. Step up to our vintage bar (mid 1800's) and chat with Jeremy & Choral.
Sit back in our banquette seating and watch the world go by, or idle away the afternoon sipping wine in our lovely courtyard. Either way, you'll leave feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and eager to open another bottle of Jeremy Wine.
Relax in our lush downtown garden patio. It's an urban oasis waiting for you and your friends just out back. If you're looking for even more fun, stop by Cheese Central or any of the downtown restaurants for a snack to go and have a picnic on the patio with a bottle of Jeremy Wine.
Set amidst the industrious east side of Lodi – our winery is where all the dirty, hard work takes place to create the fantastic wines you can purchase in our tasting room. Each harvest, you'll find both Jeremy and Choral out here nearly every day de-stemming, crushing, pressing and coddling along red and white grapes to produce the wonderful wine Jeremy has become known for. Not open to the public – this is where the barrels are stored and the hard working equipment takes a rest.