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In this deal, Bedrock purchased from Frank Evangelho the 10-acre parcel of the vineyard that he owned. The remaining 26 acres are owned by PG&E and were leased to Frank Evangelho; Bedrock has taken over that lease. Manuel Carranza, the vineyard's longtime foreman, will stay on.


Proposed new Cal/OSHA regulations would apply between sunset and sunrise, and require lighting be provided in areas where workers may be on the ground within 25 feet of operating tractors, trucks and self-propelled or towed equipment. In addition, the employer would be required to provide and require workers to wear Class 2 high-visibility garments


Michael David Winery, a trending 600,000-case operation founded in 1984, launched California's 2017 crush July 24, one day earlier than the 2016 vintage. MDW picked about 1.5 acres of Chardonnay, which yielded slightly less than 10 tons, at the winery's Bare Ranch property on the west side of Lodi in the Mokelumne River sub-AVA, according to Adam Mettler, director of wine operations.


meeting the requirements of the International Organization of Standardization, a Geneva, Switzerland-based organization that sets various industrial, proprietary and commercial standards, including those for wine analysis


He enters a lot of competitions, believing that medals and other awards help introduce his wines to new customers; that strategy looks to be working as he presides over one of the busier tasting rooms and larger wine clubs - nearly 4,000 members - in the Sierra foothills.


ichael David Winery announced the addition of three new members to its sales team: Jennifer Lumley, John Martin, and Deanna Benzenberg, all of whom are assuming different sales responsibilities that will continue to drive success for the winery.


"The market continues to be in short supply for all major varieties in the North Coast and also short most varieties in the Central Coast," says Brian Clements.


For the second year in a row, Wine and Roses hosted the Lodi Wine Symposium, giving growers, winemakers and other professionals a chance to meet one another, share their experiences in the business and develop plans to ensure the continuing prosperity of one of Lodi's most profitable industries


at the 35th annual California Travel Summit, which was held from Tuesday to Thursday in Newport Beach


Vintners and growers heard a lot of good news Thursday during an industry symposium in Lodi, where speakers said the region's wines are enjoying a better reputation for quality and are selling well at national grocery chains ...


More than 150 people attended the second annual Lodi Vineyard and Wines Symposium


Early registration for the second annual Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium set to take place next week on June 29, 2017 in Lodi, California at the Wine & Roses Conference Center ends today with online registration continuing into next week.


Cline Family Cellars, the Sonoma-based winery owned and operated by Fred and Nancy Cline, unveiled a modern new label design for its Lodi Old Vine Zinfandel (SRP $10.99) in celebration of the winery's 35th anniversary this year.


The Wine Industry Symposium Group has opened registration for the second annual Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium set for June 29, 2017 in Lodi, California at the Wine & Roses Conference Center, with a VIP Kickoff Dinner the night before at LangeTwins Family Winery and Vineyards.


Matthew Ciancio, 42, crashed Wednesday afternoon after undertaking a jump with the Lodi Parachute Center, about 30 miles south (48 kilometers) from Sacramento


Last Friday, Randy Caporoso with the Lodi Winegrape Commission led a panel discussion and blind tasting with noted wine educators and scribes Fred Swan and Deborah Parker Wong before an audience of winemakers, growers and wine enthusiasts at Wine & Roses in Lodi. The event helped kick off the 13th annual ZinFest, which took place Saturday at Lodi Lake.


Mike McCay took the microphone and opened the first official meeting of the Lodi Association of Wineries last Thursday at the Lodi Grape Festival grounds. In his opening remarks, McCay mentioned how pleased he was with the range of Lodi winery owners and winemakers in the audience.


LangeTwins Collection of Family Wines is proud to announce a makeover of its Caricature Wine brand. This month, Caricature's 2014 Old Vine Zinfandel and 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon will trade in their signature white labels for a sleek black and red combination


Chef Bradley Ogden, who has twice claimed a James Beard Award, is now leading the kitchen at Wine & Roses Hotel, Restaurant and Spa in Lodi.


Michael David Winery's flagship brand, The 7 Deadly Zins, found itself in the latest edition of Shanken's IMPACT newsletter.

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