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03/27/17

Last year was a bountiful crop for Lodi's vineyards, which produced the second largest harvest in history, according to recent numbers released from the annual Grape Crush Report for 2016 from the California Department of Farming and Agriculture.

03/23/17

Alexander Quirici has joined Tonnellerie Ô as our Business Development Specialist, a new position focused on prospects and leads. Alex will be supporting the sales efforts of our oak team in the North Coast, Central Valley, Napa and the Sierra Foothills.

03/23/17

Today about half of Silva's vineyard ground is devoted to such traditional California varieties as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Petite Syrah and Pinot Gris.

03/21/17

She jumped on the chance to create a business model - the first she'd ever tried - for the new winery. The plan won over lenders to back their venture, and her father and uncle named her the president of the new company.

03/17/17

Bill Berryhill just laughs when he says the floods that caused this damage came from a small stream ironically named "Dry Creek."

03/10/17

Dancing Fox owner Greg Lewis plans to remove the parking lot adjacent to the restaurant, located on the south end of School Street in Downtown Lodi, to make room for a new two-story addition that will include a courtyard, outside bar, distillery, brewery, seating, a mezzanine for storage and private office space. With the expansion, Lewis said, customers can expect more beverage options and barbecue items offered in the outside bar area. There will also be live music.

03/08/17

LangeTwins' President Marissa Lange Shares Her Story on International Women's Day

03/03/17

More than 5 million gallons spilled, but officials don't expect imminent harm

02/17/17

The $1.62 billion in foreign trade revenue for 2016 bested the previous year's record of $1.49 billion by a slim margin through steadily strong sales in the top market, the European Union, and sharp growth increases in China and Britain.

02/10/17

Rivers of storms delay operations as Mokelumne River overflows its banks

02/10/17

Due to the amount of rainfall the area has experienced in recent weeks, the winery was forced to release the wastewater into the Mokelumne River ...

02/09/17

Grape growers and producers in Lodi spent their Tuesday morning hearing the latest information about the wine industry, including some changes happening in the market. The Lodi District Chamber of Commerce and the University of California Cooperative Extension co-hosted the annual Lodi Grape Day event at Hutchins Street Square.

01/26/17

As the curtain falls on the era of elephants in Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus, elephants like Prince, an Asian bull, are making their way to places like the PAWS wildlife sanctuary

01/06/17

Wendy Brannen recently crossed the country from Washington D.C. to Lodi, CA, to assume her new position as Executive Director of the Lodi Winegrape Commission - the organization representing more than 750 winegrape growers and 85 wineries in the Lodi American Viticulture Area

01/04/17

It's not as if people in the industry don't recognize the value of the old vineyards. Perhaps Americans don't prize them as much as other countries, which treasure them. But even consumers are attracted to the wines, which are increasingly being marketed as made from old vines. And with good reason, Passalacqua says.

12/21/16

Effective immediately. Oak Ridge Winery (ORW), Lodi's oldest operating winery & one of California's fastest growing wine companies, has announced key appointments to its National Sales Team.

12/21/16

Vice President of Sales and Marketing Melissa Phillips Stroud has announced that effective immediately Tom Schmitz has been promoted to National Sales Manager at Michael David Winery. Tom has been with the winery for close to a decade where he previously held the title of Midwest Divisional Manager.

12/09/16

A long dormant former auto dealership is slated to get a new life early next year if all goes according to plan. The former Plummer Automall, which sold its last vehicle in 2009, will become home to the Calturas Winery, Firehouse Restaurant and Brewery. Liquor licensing, for what will be the largest re-use project in the city of Lodi, was approved in late October.

11/23/16

The Lodi Winegrape Commission made a pitch to form a partnership with the city during a presentation at Tuesday's Lodi City Council shirtsleeve session

11/21/16

LWC welcomes new staff, recognizes accomplishments

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