Sustainable: McManis Family Vineyards

Founded in 1990, McManis Family Vineyards is owned and managed by Ron and Jamie McManis, fourth generation winegrowers, and is located in the rich agricultural region of the northern California interior. Currently, the family grows a wide selection of grape varieties on 3600 acres of premium vineyard land. Committed to sustainable farming, McManis Family Vineyards have chosen the "Lodi Rules Program" for certifying the vineyards as sustainable. It is a standard of farming practices that not only protects the land, but the workers and the community, which produces a higher quality of wine that reflects the place and the people that create them.


Although all the farming practices are the same in all vineyards, a certified independent third party grants certification on each and that every one of the vineyards are now certified. 


In 2016, McManis Family Vineyards was awarded the California Green Medal Award for Sustainable Winegrowing in Business. This award honors the vineyard and or winery that best demonstrates smart buisness through efficiencies, cost savings and innovations from implementing sustainable practices. 


List of Wines:

2017 McManis Family Vineyards, Rosé of Pinot Noir [Learn more]

2018 McManis Family Vineyards, Pinot Grigio [Learn more]

2017 McManis Family Vineyards, Chardonnay [Learn more]

2017 McManis Family Vineyards, Merlot [Learn more]

2017 McManis Family Vineyards, Petite Sirah [Learn more]

2018 McManis Family Vineyards, Cabernet Sauvignon [Learn more]


California, USA



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White, Rosé and Red