Lompoc's Wine Ghetto & Wine Trail

Lompoc's Wine Ghetto is an assemblage of small wine production and tasting facilities located in the Sobhani Industrial Park. At first glance, you might miss it, as it is simply a collection of steel industrial buildings - nothing fancy. Once you enter however, nineteen (and counting!) tasting rooms are at your disposal, offering some of the finest wines the California Central Coast has to offer. The "Ghetto" is located off of North Seventh Street on Chestnut Court. Come explore and enjoy the uniqueness of these local wines. Be sure to visit often - new tasting opportunities are always being added!

Click here to download a Lompoc Wine Ghetto/Wine Trail Map, which will help guide you to the area's award-winning wineries and tasting rooms. You may also pick up printed maps at the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau - located at 111 South I Street.


Here is a listing of Chamber member wineries - please visit their respective web sites for more information about their fabulous wines!

Ampelos Cellars - www.ampeloscellars.com

Brewer-Clifton Wines - www.brewerclifton.com

Clos Pepe Vineyards - www.clospepe.com

Fiddlehead Cellars - www.fiddleheadcellars.com

Flying Goat Cellars - www.flyinggoatcellars.com

Jalama Wines - www.jalamawines.com

Longoria Wines - www.longoriawine.com

Loring Wine Company - www.loringwinecompany.com

Pali Wine Company - www.paliwineco.com

Taste of Sta. Rita Hills - www.tasteofstaritahills.com

Zotovich Family Vineyards - www.zotovichcellars.com

Lompoc Wine Ghetto/Wine Trail Map

News from the Lompoc Wine Ghetto

Click here for a Lompoc Wine Ghetto story from the Santa Barbara Independent - "Spotlight on the Sta. Rita Hills and Lompoc Wine Ghetto"

Click here for a story from examiner.com - "Industrial wine at the Lompoc Wine Ghetto"

Click here for an LA Weekly feature - "Lompoc Wine Ghetto: Get Your Wine On Alternative"

Click here for a video about Lompoc's wine industry from Lisa McKinnon of the Ventura County Star.

Click here for another Wine Ghetto story by Laurie Jervis for the Lompoc Record - "‘Wine Ghetto’ grows into tasting destination"