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"The St. Amant 2017 Tempranillo was phenomenal"


Lodi workshop shows hand-held, high-pressure spray guns are a thing of the past.


Susana Rodriguez Vasquez visits the vineyards year round. But as harvest nears, she is there more often. In a couple weeks or so, the first wine grapes of 2019 likely will be brought in, the early-ripening varieties and those for sparkling wine that need to picked at higher acid.


E. & J. Gallo Winery announced that it has again partnered with innovative winemaker Dave Phinney to become the exclusive importer for Department 66 wines in the U.S., effective immediately. Department 66 has its home in the south of France, in the town of Maury, two hours north of Barcelona, Spain. Named after the "department" or administrative division in which the winery lies, the project began with a 40-acre vineyard purchase, and today includes more than 300 acres of vineyards among the Pyrenees-Orientales mountain range. Department 66 is the latest addition to a growing Gallo portfolio of premium and luxury wines from around the world. The Department 66 portfolio that Gallo will distribute includes: D66, Others, Fragile, Facade and Pharaon. The wines retail between $18 and $175


E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) announced it has partnered with winemaker Dave Phinney to become the exclusive importer for Department 66 wines in the U.S., effective immediately.


You wouldn't know it by looking around, but this small agricultural town is the gateway to one of the top wine regions in the country.


At the Lodi Vineyard and Economics Symposium on Thursday, June 27, Jim Gordon, editor-at-large of Wine Business Monthly and contributing editor of Wine Enthusiast, and Jennifer Estevez, advanced sommelier, CMS and founder of OMvino, gave several tips and tricks for expanding Lodi's wine market from both the Baby Boomer and Millennial perspectives, while incorporating their media and trade experiences


LangeTwins Family Winery & Vineyards in Acampo has released five single-variety single-vineyard estate wines that have eye-catching labels, where the vineyard name stands out in larger letters than the variety or brand, and a rendering of actual soil from the vineyard is printed on opposite corners. The unique packaging coneys what the Lange's multi-generation wine grape growing and winemaking family is all about.


Lodi, CA-based winery Scotto Cellars is designed to complement all sorts of delicious grilling: sweet heat barbecue ribs, sizzling steaks, glazed pork chops and gourmet cheeseburgers.


Growers discuss the need for collaboration and dialogue with winemakers. "A lot of the challenges come down to not having an open line of communication"


During the fourth annual Lodi Vineyard & Wine Economics Symposium industry experts from all over California spoke specifically about Lodi as a region and winemaking market


Join us for the fourth annual Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium-tickets still available


Join us tomorrow, for the fourth annual Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium-tickets still available


The Mohr-Fry property consists of vineyards and orchards, along with diversified row crops. They grow twelve varieties of wine grapes, two varieties of cherries and over twenty-five varieties of dry heirloom beans. The agricultural history of the Mohrs and Frys extends back to the 1850s when Bruce Fry's great-great-grandfather on Jerry's mother's side, Cornelius Mohr left his job on a whaling ship in the port of San Francisco to move inland to become a farmer.


"From One For All" National Campaign Brings Brand's Pioneering Spirit to the Forefront of Story and Marks a Number of Brand Firsts


Join us this Thursday, June 27th. Now in its fourth year, the Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium gathers experts from all sectors of the industry to discuss economic, grapegrowing and winemaking trends as it pertains specifically to the Lodi region


The Lodi Winegrape Commission has been actively studying the California grapevine virus situation ... Growers are losing contract dollars as wineries reject grape loads due to virus-induced ripening problems. The good news is there are virus management strategies growers can implement now in the short-term


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.


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


"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."

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