In the heart of the North Sierra Wine Trail lies Bangor Ranch Vineyard & Winery 


Where is Bangor? 


Bangor is an old gold rush town named after early settlers' (the Lumbert brothers) hometown of Bangor, Maine. It is located in Butte Count.


Why Bangor?


The northern Sierra foothill appellation's warm climate, ideal hillside location and rocky, decomposed granite soil shows potential to produce wines with intense character, complexity and depth. 


What is growing on the ranch? 

Our vineyards have the honor of growing the following varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sarah, Cabernet Franc and Primativo.  In the early 1900's, an orchard of Mission olives trees were planted on the property.   We offer both wine and our Extra Virgin Estate Olive Oil for tasting.   


Winery History

In June of 2017, sister's Karen Papillon and Nancy Williams acquired the winery.  Blending their love of wine, people and olive oil it was a perfect match.   A new winery was completed in early 2020 which hosts a historic 1850's bar that came from an old historic Marysville saloon.  

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