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April 25, 2018

Tejon Ranch Wine and Art

Our land, our wine and new artwork. 

LACMA 2018 Collectors Committee Gala at LACMA (Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for LACMA)

Tejon Ranch devotes more than 1,000 acres to vineyards in two locations – the mountain area, where warm days and cool nights are ideal conditions for growing premium wines, and the valley floor, where grapes are grown for other winemaking operations.

We’re proud of the wine we produce and we’re thrilled to be able to share it through donations for the community and good causes. In this case, we donated 18 cases of our 2013 Tejon Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) for its 32nd annual Collectors Committee fundraiser.

Festivities at the fundraiser included members attending one of seven dinners hosted in the private homes of major LACMA supporters, prepared in person by a celebrity chef, with wines from notable vineyards, such as those grown from Tejon Ranch’s vineyards.

Needless to say, it was a success. Combining all events, more than $3.1 million was raised allowing LACMA to acquire all 10 artworks presented by the curators.

Since 1986, the fundraiser has been one of the museum’s most significant fundraising events of the year and continues to play an essential role in acquiring important works of art for every area of its encyclopedic collection. Throughout its 32-year history, the event has acquired 228 artworks through donations totaling more than $43 million.

We couldn’t be more excited to help participate in raising funds for more artwork and helping the creative community. If you’ve never been to LACMA, you owe it to yourself to go visit.

For more information on how Tejon Ranch can help your next event shine, or if you need a spectacular backdrop—like Tejon’s rolling hills and lush valleys— for an event, get in touch! Contact Mike Campeau, VP of Ranch Operations, at