The Bronco Wine Company is the fourth largest producer of wine in the United States and is based in Ceres, California. Bronco owns over 35,000 acres of vineyards most of which is located in California’s Central Valley. Started in 1973 Bronco has production facilities in Ceres, Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Escalon and Madera. This wine producer has the capacity to produce 61 million US gallons (230 million litres) of wine annually. Total annual sales are approximately 20 million cases. One of the US top wine producers makes more than 60 labels, including Charles Shaw, Forest Glen, and Coastal Ridge.
Bronco Wine is best known for its Charles Shaw brand, commonly nicknamed “Two Buck Chuck”, varietals that retail for $1.99 a bottle at Trader Joe’s stores in California and some other states. The company engages also in the production and distribution of wine worldwide.