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Our Story Starts


You Only Live Once

When starting Tiffany Vineyards, our friends thought we were crazy. We're young, but now responsible for almost 20 acres in Yolo County. However, one thing was for sure, we didn't want to wait decades before living our best lives, and sharing our best experiences with  family, friends, and now you - our guests. Our aim is simple - to build community together.

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The Charm, Beauty, & History of

Less than 15 miles from Downtown Sacramento is Clarksburg - a town in Yolo County established in 1849 with around 400 residents, with many families going back to its founding, thus supproting a small-town charm to this community.


Clarksburg is widely known for its scenic drive along the Sacramento River and the many beautiful vineyards that benefit from California's Delta Breeze, resulting in cool nights after hot days, which creates the ideal conditions for growing 35 different grape varietals.

Today, Clarksburg is home to 20+ wineries including the Sugar Mill and many award-winning brands such as Elevation Ten, Bogle Family Vineyards, and more! 


Supporting Collaboration One Grower at a Time.

The Correa Family & E&J. Gallo Winery 

For generations the Correa Family has been growing wine grapes in Clarksburg, and has been the steward and  farm manager for the grapes at Tiffany Vineyards. Currently we're growing two white grape varietals: Sauvignon Blanc and Albariño for E&J Gallo Winery, the first winery in the United States to receive the ISO 14001 certification, designed to reduce environmental impacts throughout the world. 


E&J Gallo Winery's
2023 ESG Report

From the earliest days of making wine Ernest and Julio Gallo understood it was critical to rotate vineyards to preserve the land, use water sparingly and plant trees in return for planting grapes. For over 90 years, Gallo's environmental commitment has extended to production, packaging, transportation, recycling and marketing. Everyday, we strive to do more to ensure the planet is in a better place than we found it.

Yolo becomes 1st Agriculture County in the Nation to Declare Climate Emergency

In September 2020, the Yolo County Board of Supervisors approved a Climate Emergency Declaration (Resolution No. 20-114) which set a countywide goal of achieving a carbon negative footprint by 2030, while ensuring a just transition to an inclusive, equitable, sustainable, and resilient local economy. Since then the County has approved several sustainable agriculture projects that can serve as a model for the nation.

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