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Lodi wine leader aims to keep Lodi region on the map

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  • posted at 1:26 pm on Mon, Nov 12, 2007.


    It's not how much you drink but quality of the drink!!!Go Lodi & Woodbridge & Lockeford wineries.You make the best in the world!!!

  • posted at 7:14 am on Mon, Nov 5, 2007.


    Lodi wines are very good and getting better by the harvest. We have some of the best people in the industry at every level. Local wines are just starting to take off. Red Zins are really becoming widely appreciated, and were ready for it! If you don't believe me, buy it and try it!

  • posted at 11:37 am on Sun, Nov 4, 2007.


    T&C...Lange Twins are big custom farmers, but aren't a blip on the winemaking radar. Phillips and Oak Ridge are the big guns as far as producing wines that are widely distributed.

  • posted at 1:49 am on Sun, Nov 4, 2007.


    I thought the Lange twins were the big dogs with the Phillips family running a close second?

  • posted at 1:30 am on Sun, Nov 4, 2007.


    The Wine making in Lodi will die the same death as woolworths....

    sorry, the industry is dead

  • posted at 7:25 am on Sat, Nov 3, 2007.


    Will Lodi start growing Pinot Noir grapes?

  • posted at 7:24 am on Sat, Nov 3, 2007.


    When will we ever start getting late harvest symphony grapes? Or Reislings?



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