Our Wines

Our winemaking style at Grateful Lane Vineyards is inspired by the idea that thoughtfulness, carefulness, and gratefulness are infused in everything we do throughout the entire process of winemaking — vineyard to bottle.

100% Single Vineyard Grown. Lovingly crafted.

2021 Artist-Series
Sauvignon Blanc

2021 Artist-Series

2021 Artist-Series

2020 Artist-Series
Sauvignon Blanc

2019 Artist-Series
Sauvignon Blanc

2018 “The Kiss”
Sauvignon Blanc

2018 #grateful

About Us

“Gratitude is the wine for the soul.
Go on. Get drunk.”

– Rumi

For us, gratitude is way of life.  We believe it’s a quality that contributes to a healthier and happier life, better relationships, and yes, even growing delicious grapes that turn into great wines.  Here at Grateful Lane Vineyards, our goal is simple:  to create meaningful and memorable artisan wines that are full of flavor, balance, depth and create joy.  Wines that are food friendly, delicious to drink and a delight to share with others.

While wine is commonly grown and recognized all around us in Santa Ynez, Malibu and Santa Barbara, great wine from Camarillo has been a well-kept secret until now. Our Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay grapes are 100% single vineyard grown and our unique climate, location and soil produce wines that awaken your taste buds and pleasures the soul.  

Open a bottle. Take a sip. Taste the mystery.
Enjoy with gratitude.

With love,
Sheri & David

Our Vines

Grateful Lane Vineyards lies in an idyllic hillside in Camarillo, CA surrounded on all four sides by a luscious golf course, sitting 600 feet above the valley floor, looking out over the breathtaking expanse of farmland below. We are blessed with generous amounts of warming sunshine, yet cooled by the breezes and fog from Pacific Ocean. The soils here are a mix of clay loam and volcanic derivatives.

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"Accept what life offers you and try to drink from every cup. All wines should be tasted; some should only be sipped, but with others, drink the whole bottle."

– Paulo Coelho