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The American region to look to for old vines


As previously reported by Wine Industry Insight, Hung was initially arrested May 31, by Pasadena, Calif. police after he drove his jacked-up Dodge Ram pickup into a crowd of Black Lives Matters protestors. Among those barely avoiding injury were two undercover police officers.


The new 2021-2022 board of directors took office during the July meeting of the Lodi Winegrape Commission. Incumbent alternate Jason Eells joins current commissioners Phil Abba, Bruce Fry, Curt Gillespie, Matt Lauchland, Tom Murphy, Diego Olagaray, Aaron Shinn and Brandon Sywassink. Joe Larranaga joins current alternates Dirk Heuvel, Joan Kautz, Jacylyn Stokes, Todd Maley, Colton Machado, Mitch Spaletta, Garret Schaefer and Scott Armolea.


Growers who put up a $500 deposit per tractor will be placed in line for delivery when the tractors become available off the production line. Current prices for two versions of one model available are $58,000 for a two-wheel drive unit and $68,000 for a four-wheel drive unit.


Larry brings over 40 years of industry experience to the winery, holding prior executive management roles at companies such as Cline Cellars, Constellation and E&J Gallo.


Stuart Spencer, executive director of the Lodi Winegrape Commission, said wineries have not had to put a cork on sales despite a lack of tourism throughout the pandemic.


Susan Tipton likes to talk about her award-winning wines produced at Acquiesce Winery in Acampo just outside Lodi, but these days she keeps a close watch on the current drought conditions as well.


Established in 1991 as the grower-centric force behind the Lodi American Viticultural Area, the California-based organization represents 750 winegrowers farming more than 100,000 acres of winegrapes.


Established in 1991 as the grower-centric force behind the Lodi American Viticultural Area (AVA), the California-based organization represents 750 winegrowers farming more than 100,000 acres of winegrapes.



Lodi producers will kick off the summer season June 12 and 13 with Celebrate Lodi Rosé - a new passport-style event highlighting this exciting and diverse wine category.


More than 350 home runs ago, long before he debated red or white, Greg Vaughn toasted an early baseball milestone by cracking open a 40-ounce brewskie. He did so with another promising young slugger, Gary Sheffield, and they clinked bottles of the cheap stuff to commemorate their first professional spring training in 1987.


As a thank you to those who have served, Weibel Winery is donating $2.00 for every bottle sold to The Disabled American Veterans of San Joaquin County.


The growth on the wine vine in the Lodi region signals another year full of expectations and hope. And while we wait to see what the grapes will produce this year, wine from years past is being bottled.


This year's celebration will temporarily replace the region's annual Row x Row Festival at Lodi Lake which it is unable to host in 2021 due to current health and safety guidelines.


In partnership, the Lodi Winegrape Commission will provide a virtual masterclass on sustainable viticulture and LODI RULES - the first comprehensive and, arguably, most rigorous sustainability standard in the country.


Moisson held sales leadership roles for Paul Hobbs, Copper Cane, and Constellation.


Marsh owned and managed Mile Wine Company - a celebrated upscale wine bar and restaurant in the heart of Stockton's "Miracle Mile" district. There, he managed all aspects of the business including income and expenditure, inventory, media and vendor relations, and food and beverage programming, as well as a hospitality staff of 15-20.


Starting this Saturday, breweries, wineries and distilleries that don't serve meals may now open outdoors even in the purple and red tiers.


Desperate times call for flash-détente

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