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Lodi Libation LbNA #12008

Owner:Grumpy Grinch Contact
Plant date:Nov 4, 2004
County:San Joaquin
Found by: DaDomers
Last found:Oct 8, 2015
Last edited:Oct 22, 2015
The Lodi Libation Letterbox celebrates Lodi's winemaking industry, from its grape growing to the pouring of its final, delectable product. This is an easy, drive-by location that invites the finder to have a little fun and to learn more about wine growing, making, and tasting. The letterbox was placed with the permission and assistance of the establishment. We are grateful to them and relieved that you can be discreet in your searching without having to be too sneaky!

The letterbox is available between 9 am and 4:30 pm, seven days a week. The Visitor Center is open from 10:30 to 4:30, and winery tours are available at 9:30 and 1:30 daily.


Eight-tenths of a mile east of Hwy. 99, this winery awaits you on a road that shares its name. Although it is now the largest establishment on the Lodi Wine Trail, when it was founded in 1979 it produced only three wines: Bob White, Bob Red, and Bob Rose.

Enter the gates and park in the visitor's lot to your left. Find the water bubbling up from rock. Look north to find four tiles set into the wall. Enter the door next to the tiles. Find the Grape Press. Look in. Look under.