Artisan Winemaking at Scale

All of our reds are aged in small oak barrels


Our Chardonnays are all hand stirred a minimum of once per month

Every single block of grapes that enters our winery is vinted separately, allowing us to preserve its unique character and monitor the quality of each vineyard.

Commitment to the Vineyard

Since 2011, we’ve paid more than $6 million in bonuses to our grower partners for obtaining CA Rules certification of their vineyards.


All of our 2,100 estate vineyards are Certified Green under the CA Rules for Sustainability


Grading system rates all growers on the wine produced from each lot, allows us to proactively work with growers to ensure we harvest the highest quality grapes each year


Commitment to the land – through responsible & sustainable wine growing and winemaking processes


We know that clean, abundant water is what keeps our land fertile and alive and we believe we have a responsibility to keep it that way for our kids and grandkids. With increasing water demand and potential for more drought years, we take pride in the implementation of our water reuse and recycling program. For tank cleaning and barrel washing, we use high-efficiency nozzles and a water recapture and recirculation system. This system means that the water once used to clean one tank or barrel – can now be used up to three more times, thus dramatically stretching those same drops of water out to more barrels and tanks. Once the water is used at least three times, it is then sent out of the winery and filtered to be used for on-site irrigation.


Sustainability begins in the vineyards. From knowledge passed down from previous generations to implementing new ideas, Bogle Family Vineyards is following some of the most stringent eco-friendly farming practices for winegrapes in the world.


To reduce our energy consumption, we utilize a photovoltaic solar system to power much of our winery. During construction of the winery, we used green building materials that help reduce energy usage. Additionally, we have installed electric vehicle charging stations and operate using the latest energy-efficient equipment in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint.


Not only do we take sustainability seriously at our winery and in our vineyards, but we believe we have a commitment to reduce our impact on the environment once the wine bottle leaves Clarksburg. In early 2022, we began introducing new, lighter glass bottles that cut packaging weight by 10%, and we will continue to explore lighter-weight packaging moving forward.


Without a strong workforce and vibrant surrounding community, we know we would not be able to operate our farm and winery in a sustainable manner. We employ more than 200 people at the Clarksburg winery and Home Ranch tasting room as well as a number of sales staff members located across the country. We are committed to fostering a safe, rewarding environment for our employees.

Leading by Example

“Creating high-quality wine begins with working with each grower to ensure their vineyards produce the highest quality of grapes. Our growers know that using sustainable farming practices will help them continue to produce quality grapes – which our consumers have come to expect each year.”

We have a common goal to leave the land and the company better for the next generation.