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Harvesting the bounty: Historic images of Lodi agriculture

Once the grapes were delivered to the wineries, then the chemistry of winemaking began. In the mid-1900s, most of the Lodi grapes were crushed into sweet wines like Sherry, Port and Tokay Champagne. This photograph shows a man pounding grapes into juice and testing the sugar levels of the grapes just delivered to Del Rio Winery.

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