Lodi Wine

Lodi Wine: Discovering this Central Valley AVA

Recently WineLA arranged a tasting at La Brea Bakery showcasing LoCA, The Wines of Lodi California. The Lodi wine area, which is known as the Zinfandel capital of the world was also named in 2015 Wine Region of the Year by Wine Enthusiast. Today Lodi is not just known for Zinfandel, there is an eclectic

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Oso LIbre Wines

Oso Libre: Finding the spirit of wine in Paso Robles

Before grape growing developed or became popular in Paso Robles, cattle ranching was one of the big draws in the area. The budding wine industry did not emerge in Paso till the 1960s and 70s. Today Oso Libre winery has merged these two agribusinesses. Through their Vines, Wine and Angus program they grow grapes, make

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Dry Creek Vineyard: Circumnavigating the world of wine

What does sailing have to do with wine making? For Dry Creek Vineyard it means everything. Both require a specialized knowledge and an understanding of mechanics. Each must utilize a set of skills and an ability to comprehend the elements. In the case of sailing it is the wind and water. In wine it is

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Mount Aukum Zinfandel

Mount Aukum Winery: Taking Zinfandel to a higher level

The El Dorado Wine Country is different from most areas.  Its elevation in the Sierra Foothills creates unique microclimates and granite soils, which make this AVA different from other wine growing regions.  The area is known for Zinfandel but is slowly gaining recognition for its Rhone and Italian varietals.  Read More…

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