Lodi's younger generation has been accused of a lot of things, but sitting around drinking grandma's traditional deep red wine is not one of them. The new generation of wine drinkers is looking for more: chuckle-inducing logos, light and interesting flavors, something adventurous they can be excited to share with friends.
"They are experimenting," said Rodney Schatz, owner of Lodi's Peltier Station. "They don't want to be limited to what their parents are drinking."
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