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Wines from the Rich California Delta

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Welcome to Lambeth Family Vineyards

The Lambeth Family Vineyards lie in the up-and-coming Clarksburg America Viticultural Area (AVA), a pastoral strip along the Sacramento River near the charming small town of Clarksburg, California, population 400-ish. Known to locals and wine insiders as a source spot for quality fruit, the appellation has been quietly coming into its own for decades. Learn more…

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2022 Albariño

Albariño is native to the Rias Baixas appellation in the Galicia region of northwestern Spain, located along the Atlantic coastline. A full-flavored white wine with hints of apple, pear, and citrus, this crisp varietal has been gracing the tables of the Lambeth’s family and friends for years. The overwhelmingly positive reaction to the limited-edition wine convinced the family to offer it as a flagship wine along with their Petite Sirah.

Glass and bottle of Lambeth Family Vineyards Albarino
Glass and bottle of Lambeth Family Vineyards Petite Syrah

2021 Petite Sirah

Hailing from France’s Rhône region, Petite Sirah is a California classic and considered the Clarksburg AVA’s heritage grape. One of the darkest red wines, it is typically heavy and tannic and often used to add structure and color to blends. But, in the fertile soil and ancient riverbeds of the Delta, 100 percent Petite Sirah is lighter, more delicate, and delicious as a single-variety wine.

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33912 South River Rd. Clarksburg, CA 95612


(920) LAMBETH (526-2384)

Our vineyard is on the fertile soil of a prior river bed adjacent to the Sacramento River.