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At Wine Enthusiast's annual Wine Star Awards in New York City January 2016, Lodi to be named the 2015 "Wine Region of the Year"


Lodi grapegrowers explore cost-effective visual ID for red blotch


Michael David Winery wines are available in 50 states and more than 30 countries. They are well known for their creative, playful names ...


It was announced over the weekend at the 2015 Wine Bloggers Conference (WBC) that the 2016 conference will take place August 11-14th in Lodi, California. Hundreds of citizen and industry wine writers for online platforms and print publications, will gather with other wine and social media professionals from around the world to meet, learn, and share at WBC's ninth annual conference.


Lodi's sustainable winegrowing report quantifies the Lodi Rules™ for Sustainable Winegrowing program's decade of growth, evolution, and -- most importantly -- grower adoption of sustainable winegrowing practices


General Mills will be shutting down their Lodi factory by the end of the year, leaving more than 400 people without jobs


The Trinchero Westside winery, just off I-5, has 300 employees and covers 660,000 square feet, nearly the size of four typical Wal-Mart stores.


The $300 million facility west of Interstate 5 in Lodi has been under construction for more than a year


Riccardo Kanakari announced today that the historic TIPO wine brand name (as well as iconic logo and dynamic new label design) is being offered for sale. TIPO was going to be re-introduced to the public in November.


"... the drought is actually helping concentrate the flavors right now in Lodi's wine grapes"


April hailstorm hit some growers hard, but rest of vineyards in good shape


David Michael Akin, a well known professional in the wine industry and an active community volunteer, died of a sudden heart attack at his Lodi home Saturday, June 27. He was 68. He was a consulting winemaker for a number of wineries before starting his Akin Estates label in 2002


Riccardo Kanakari, a 35 year wine industry veteran, announced today that he will be re-introducing the historic TIPO wine brand in November 2015.


Klinker Brick Winery owner Steve Felten has recently aligned his farming operations with two of Lodi's more determined women-growers: Jean Rauser, the owner of Rauser Vineyard in the Victor area, east of the town of Lodi; and Antoinette Celle, owner of Celle Vineyard located at the southernmost edge of the Lodi Viticultural Area, near Linden.


A small vineyard started in 1994 by the Koth family at their Mokelumne Glen property in Lodi as an experiment with German varieties is now a sought-after source of grapes for the boutique production of rare, premium wines-not only by Lodi winemakers, but also by several innovative North Coast producers.


Two Lodi wines have received recognition across the state after being named winners at the California State Fair Wine Competition on Friday. Oak Farm Vineyard's 2014 Albarino was awarded the Best of Show White wine of California. Torn Winery's 2013 Old Vine Zinfandel received Best Value award with a price of $9.99 a bottle. Both wines received a double gold award.


The history of white zinfandel has come full circle. It began in Lodi more than a century ago, and that's where a potential revival of the wine is taking root, thanks to one gutsy vintner.


Have Lodi wines and the Lodi Viticultural Region suddenly - or should we say finally - attained a "coolness" factor?


The goal in creating Unfiltered Blonde was to have a quality wine at an affordable price, she said, something a single mom would be able to afford. A bottle of Unfiltered Blonde costs $15.


The Holdeners, Tim and Lani, bought their Acampo home 22 years ago, intending to fix it up and make a quick sale. Instead, that home has become Macchia Winery, known around the Lodi Appellation for its variety of bold Zinfandels and dedication to a hands-on winemaking process.

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