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Campos Family Vineyards is a destination center for local events, including concerts, corporate events and personal celebrations and weddings. The stunning property sits on a 44-acre parcel in Byron, California – but makes you feel as if you have arrived to a peaceful haven, far from the stresses and responsibilities of day-to-day life.  The vineyard itself is a stunning 37 acres planted with five varietals including Cabernet, Franc, Mouvedre, Petite Sirah and Zinfandel
Although the footprint of the wines grown in East Contra Costa County is much smaller than larger, more recognized growing regions in California, such as Napa Valley or Sonoma, Campos Family Vineyards is making an exciting name for ourselves.   With more than a million residents in Contra Costa County, the value of local vineyards and event centers are important to the preservation of the historical roots of the community and providing the hundreds of thousands of residents a family-friendly venue for entertainment and education.
We smile when we think about how it was nothing more than a far-fetched dream that brought Campos Family Vineyards life. We have worked to make our home a community gathering place with a purpose. From family-friendly events to speakers series and training, Campos Family Vineyards is growing into more than we could have ever imagined.

Quinny’s Blend

 

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This delicious blend of Estate Mourvedre, Barbera and Cabernet Franc has been made in honor of Pat Ornellas, fondly known to many as Quinny, who lost his battle with ALS. He was a passionate high energy man with a zest for life, but above all else — he was a fighter. The Lord put it on our hearts to continue the fight against ALS, to raise awareness and increase funding to fight this horrific disease.

The three sunflowers on our label are the official symbols of HOPE for those battling ALS!

The first annual COUNTRY FEST TO BEAT ALS event raised over $40,000 for the ALS Association Greater Sacramento Chapter.
 
We couldn’t have done it without our community, sponsors and Coffey Anderson!

Meet Dr. Shelly Hoover

Meet Dr. Shelly Hoover, a wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, friend, educatory, military veteran and ALS advocate. She has volunteered countless hours serving on the Board of the ALS Association Greater Sacramento Chapter.

Listen to her speech to learn about why the ALS Association needs our support.

About the Beat ALS Country Fest Event

Campos Family Vineyards and the ALS Association Greater Sacramento Chapter launched a new Give Back Series blend in memory of Campos family friend, Patrick “Quinny” Ornellas, who lost his battle with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, ten years ago. It is our shared hope to hold this annual event to raise awareness and support for families living with ALS across Northern California. ALS is a terminal, neurodegenerative disease with no known cause or cure. Veterans are twice as likely to be diagnosed with ALS. The average lifespan after diagnosis is 2-5 years. Every 90 minutes someone is diagnosed with ALS, and every 90 minutes someone loses their battle with ALS. The ALS Association is the only nonprofit dedicated to fighting ALS on every front, and your support of events like Country Fest to Beat ALS is vital to fulfilling their mission. Through the services and compassionate care ALS provides, the policies they advocate for, and the global research they fund, they will fulfill their vision of a world without ALS.