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Don't miss Craig Ledbetter, partner of Vino Farms, as he leads a panel discussion surrounding vineyard and winery profitability.


Ironstone Vineyards is rolling out its popular Obsession Symphony White and Red Blend wines, and the winery's first Rosé, in fun, eye-catching cans.


"The focus needs to be on quality wine grapes. It only takes true interest and attention by a Lodi winery to create premium white wines. The knowledge and proof exists. Acquiesce has taken that leap and our customers have responded accordingly."


On June 27, 2019, Wine Business Monthly will host the Lodi Vineyard & Wine Economics Symposium at the Wine & Roses Conference Center. This year's event promises numerous top-notch speakers from all over California who will focus on the consistently growing Lodi wine region


During the session How Lodi Can Compete in the E-Commerce Marketplace, a group of experts will discuss how wineries can create an online experience that's on-brand, tells a unique story, but also focuses on e-commerce sales and nurturing a wine club.


Randy Caparoso, editor-at-large, The Somm Journal; contributing editor, The Tasting Panel; and editor,, will moderate a panel discussion surrounding the art of good wine business negotiation. What are the stepping stones for growers to increase prices?


Jon Moramarco, managing partner, bw166 LCC, will lead The Continuing Evolution of the Wine Market session in which he will discuss how Lodi grapegrowers can get out of the "commodity rut" and begin a path for premiumization of their quality fruit.


Alderson will discuss how to use the data gathered from the survey to help boost the Lodi grapegrowing and winemaking markets. Don't miss the chance to learn from his expertise. Register for the Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium today.


America's heritage wine grape in numerous forms from rich and fruit-forward to delicate and restrained was examined in a remarkable blind tasting, "A Study of Ancient Vine Zinfandels of California," presented by the Lodi Winegrape Commission.


On Sunday, the 14th Amgen Tour of California begins in Sacramento and will take riders on a seven-day, 773-mile tour of the state. Included is the start of Stage 3 on Tuesday in Stockton. Colarossi not only helped launch what has become the second-largest cycling event in the world behind only the Tour de France, but he met his wife of some 10 years, Alison (Liebich), who worked for the public relations firm hired by Amgen, through the race.


In April, for the second consecutive year, Bokisch Vineyards received a gold medal for its Garnacha Blanca at the Grenaches du Monde International Grenache Competition


Scotto Family Cellars announces new hires thanks to increasing sales of its USA Cabernet, Rare Blends and Scotto Family Cellars brands.


Sixteen wine fans, traveling in a bus, crisscrossed the Lodi region with guide Randy Caparoso, editor-at-large at The SOMM Journal. David Glancy, who founded San Francisco Wine School in 2011, and Kristin Campbell, chief financial officer at the school, also led the group. ... 25 wineries in Lodi produce more than 125 wines with the Lodi Rules seal. The Lodi Winegrape Commission in 2005 created Lodi Rules, the first third-party certified sustainable program for the wine grape industry.


The punitive and retaliatory trade tariffs between the United States and China have had negative effects to varying degrees, depending on the size and business model of each winery.


The current wave of experimentation is being fuelled by Lodi's bounty of different soil types, from gravel, clay and sand to loam, which makes it suited to a broad range of grapes. There's also a strong sense of camaraderie and winemakers working together in the region


In January, Mettler was presented with Wine Enthusiast's 2018 Winemaker of the Year award, fitting recognition for the hard-working and talented 40-year-old husband and father of three.


Join Principal Investigator Dr. Terry Bates of Cornell University as he puts into action the variable rate techniques and technology he and his team developed, here focused on shoot thinning.


District 11, which includes Lodi is the largest growing region for Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, according to analysts. District 11 produced 127,069 tons of Chardonnay and 198,838 tons of Cabernet Sauvignon, according to the crush report. That's about 14.6 percent more Chardonnay and 21.4 percent more Cabernet Sauvignon than in 2017.


The California wine region of Lodi is one of the most energetic in promoting its wines. That is little surprise in that they seemingly have something new and substantial to report every year. At a tasting in Dallas this week the Lodi Winegrape Commision (the trade body to promote Lodi wine) demonstrated three things to me.


Let master Sommelier David Glancy and award winning journalist Randy Caparoso will take you on a two day journey exploring the three pillars of Lodi Viticultural Areas: Ancient vines; 100+ wine grapes; unique appellations and terroirs. Visit 6 vineyards, meet over 20 producers, and taste over 50 wines during the course of the trip. You'll also enjoy 2 vineyard lunches, a private dinner with 6 vintners and leaving the planning and driving to us!

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