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Bangor Ranch Vineyard & Winery

Handcrafted wines and olive oil from the Sierra foothills
Nestled in the rolling foothills of the northern Sierra, Bangor Ranch is a magical place with a commitment to the highest quality in handcrafted wines and olive oil. Bangor is an old Gold Rush town, once home to thousands of miners. Later in the early 1900’s, an orchard of Mission olives was planted on part of the property that is now Bangor Ranch. In 2010, Gary Paul Fox acquired this ranch and began implementing his vision for a world-class vineyard and winery. The warm climate, ideal hillside position and rocky, decomposed granite soils show potential to produce wines of intense character, complexity and depth. Today that vision is becoming reality. The first blocks of Nebbiolo and Mourvedre have been planted with additional varieties coming soon, and the humble “shop” has been transformed into a small but functional winery. Our current release wines include a 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon North Coast, a 2005 Syrah Reserve Santa Barbara and our 2012 Bianco -- a blend of Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc and Symphony grapes from the Marchini Vineyard in The Delta. Also available are the 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera, Sangiovese and Merlot from Marchini. and the 2013 Barbera Rosato. And don't forget our Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil, made from the ancient Mission olive trees on the property. Who says there’s no more gold left in those hills?

Entrance to the tasting room.

Very friendly and knowelgeable staff.

Gary Paul Fox, winemaker.

Gary in his barrelroom!.

Those are some long legs!

Typical wines offered: See website for latest list of wines available
5$ Charge for tasting.
Check website for hours.

Bangor Ranch Vineyard & Winery

5768 La Porte Road

Bangor, CA 95914

Tel (530) 658-2056

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