- There’s an app for it
To help festival visitors track the wines they are tasting, a
smartphone app — Secondgalss — has been specifically tailored for
this event, Emily Kaufmann said. The app contains the full list of
wines being poured at this weekend's event and can be viewed at
"If people download the app before and they come out they can
track the wines they enjoy so they can find them in a store or
restaurant in the future," she said.
Participation in events outside the Lodi appellation are going
to continue as the region continues its work promoting its brand,
— News-Sentinel staff
Posted: Friday, July 15, 2011 12:00 am
Ten Lodi wineries have returned to Southern California to
promote the region in a well-known wine show. The California Wine
Festival, which began Thursday and ends Saturday in Santa Barbara,
features an area known as Lodi Alley, where the area wineries are
displayed before the public.
"We are the only wine region at the festivals to be featured as
a collective group," said Shannon Harbert, marketing and
communications coordinator for the Lodi Winegrape Commission. "It's
huge exposure for us."
Friday, July 15, 2011 12:00 am.