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03/25/15

Among the many "alternative" white wine grapes cultivated in Lodi, Vermentino might hold the most intriguing promise.

03/19/15

What are some of the more elegant styles of Zinfandel coming out of the Lodi Viticultural Area today?

03/16/15

After several years of dispute, a Lodi-area family's plan to expand its operations will move forward, provided it removes part of its property from a statewide tax credit program

03/13/15

After several years of dispute with a local family's plan to expand its operations will move forward, provided it removes part of its property from a state-wide tax credit program.

02/25/15

Adding to that increasingly verdant vein, major Lodi growers Markus and Liz Bokisch have just released their first-ever Zinfandel; bottled under a brand new label - Tizona by Bokisch - to distinguish it from the Spanish varietal wines carrying their Bokisch Vineyards label.

02/25/15

Mark Chandler of Lodi, CA has been named the Chief Wine Judge for the California State Fair Commercial Wine Competition. Chandler's more than 30 years of wine industry management and communications experience, including 20 years as Executive Director of the Lodi Winegrape Commission, and CEO of the national association of American wineries made him the top candidate to take on the role of Chief Judge.

02/13/15

Michael David Winery describes quality/price push for Lodi wines

02/12/15

Lodi grape farmers say 2014's smaller harvest could mean a more stable price - something they said they need because 2012 and 2013 produced a record amount of grapes

02/05/15

Mike Stroh thinks Lodi wines should cost more. Stroh, marketing director at Michael David Winery, made a convincing case in favor of upping Lodi's average price per bottle while delivering the keynote speech during Grape Day at Hutchins Street Square.

02/04/15

Mike Stroh thinks Lodi wines should cost more.

02/02/15

San Joaquin County officials have adopted a new ordinance controlling when and what kind of events can be staged at local wineries, but one question remains: How will it be enforced?

01/26/15

International cycling event comes to Lodi wine country May 11

01/23/15

A San Joaquin Valley wine grape commission received a prestigious environmental award last night during a ceremony at the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) headquarters in Sacramento. The Lodi Winegrape Commission, located in San Joaquin County, was recognized with the 2014 Governor's Environmental and Economic Leadership Award (GEELA) for Enhanced Environmental & Economic Leadership.

01/22/15

Along Highway 12 near Victor lies an eclectic collection of Victorian-era American antiques and other rare collectibles.

01/21/15

The 63rd edition of the annual event, focused mostly on the latest news in grape cultivation and research, will include presentations on weed control, grape rootstock and disease management, as well as a pre-luncheon wine tasting

01/20/15

Mike Stroh, marketing director at Michael David Winery, will be the keynote luncheon speaker at this year's Lodi Grape Day, Feb. 3 at Hutchins Street Square, Lodi.

01/07/15

Happy 2015! We're looking forward to another year of exciting achievements by the Lodi winegrowing community. But before embarking towards this bright new horizon, we thought it worthwhile to take another look back at our favorite, and most informative, blogposts from 2014.

12/15/14

"We have a true treasure trove of old heritage vineyards."

12/12/14

Now the entire wine producing and packaging process "from the vineyard to the glass," can be handled to the LangeTwins own exacting standards, Lange said

12/10/14

AH Wines, Inc. Founder Jeff Hansen is proposing to turn a vacant industrial site at 27 E. Vine St. into a wine production center that will be used for crushing, fermentation, storage and distribution.

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