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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.

11/21/14

A Lodi, California pinotage, a late harvest muscat canelli made in Wisconsin, and Finger Lakes riesling were among the top winners honored at the 2014 American Wine Society Commercial Wine Competition held early November at the Embassy Suites in Concord, N.C.

11/14/14

The consumer foods and cereal producer rocked the community in September, saying it had made a "preliminary decision" to close the manufacturing and distribution facility at 2000 W. Turner Road

11/12/14

From the coolest region in San Joaquin County, California, some winemakers are treating fruit from old Zinfandel vineyards differently.

11/10/14

If Zinfandel was treated with more like Pinot Noir, how different would it taste? In Lodi, a group of winemakers are finding out

11/05/14

The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors will consider a new wine ordinance at a public hearing at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Board Chambers on the Sixth Floor of the County Administration Building, 44 N. San Joaquin St. For more information, go to sjgov.org.

11/01/14

dueling interests prompted a call for a change to the rules governing the wine industry about two years ago, and on Tuesday those proposed changes will go before the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors

10/22/14

This Saturday, October 25, 2014, one of the Lodi AVA's most ambitious producers ever will be opening the doors of its new tasting room and winery for the first time.

10/15/14

Randall Lange and son Aaron Lange Accept International Award of Excellence in Sustainable Winegrowing at BRIT's Annual Fête du Vin Wine Dinner and Auction

10/15/14

In the last decade or so, Lodi grape growers have been establishing family-owned, small-production wineries at an increasing rate-in order to utilize their own grapes and produce their own wine. As a result, the quantity of wine production and the quality of winemaking in this region has significantly increased in recent years; grape growers are now paying much closer attention to their vineyards in order to produce higher quality fruit for their own wine production.

10/07/14

Oak Farm Vineyards will celebrate the Grand Opening of its spectacular new Winery and Tasting Facility on October 25 and 26, from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

09/11/14

Lodi area wine grape grower Tom Hoffman probably won't be scheduling any more vacations in August. This year, he was forced to cancel his planned pre-harvest get-away to start harvesting his 180 acres of grapes in mid-August. That's about three weeks earlier than usual.

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