Lodi Old Vine, Mohr Fry Vineyard. Zinfandel was introduced to California during the Gold Rush in the 1850's, with manyold vineyards still producing excellent wines. This 90-year old, head-trained vineyard gives us a Generous example of what Lodi Zin is all about!
Lodi, Old Vine. Lodi Appellation grows a wide variety of grapes, but Zinfandel is the undisputed King. It is not hard to find 50, 60, 70 even 100 year old vineyards dotting the landscape. It is from these grapes that some of California’s Best Zinfandels are produced.
Lodi Old Vine. This centry-old, dry-farmed vineyard is Oblivious to the fact that a town has grownup around it.
Lodi, Old Vine. Each year Macchia produces about 30 different lots of wine yielding approximately 600 barrels in total. Every year there will be one lot that stands out above the rest.
Lodi, Old Vine, Rous Vineyard. Zinfandel was introduced to California during the Gold Rush in the 1850's, with many old vineyards still producing excellent wines.
CONCEPT & RELEASES
Lodi Native™ is a collaborative project by six winegrowers of like mind, living and working in the Lodi American Viticultural Area – particularly Lodi’s historic Mokelumne River sub-AVA. Their mission: to turn the spotlight on the region’s heritage plantings – many of them dating back to the late 1800s – through sensible viticulture and minimalist winemaking practices, beginning with native yeast fermentation and use of no new oak. The focus is on Zinfandel, but on the taste of vineyards rather than varietal character or brand.
Califronia. This Lodi Old Vine wine is very fruit forward with a hint of spice.
Lodi, Old Vine, MaleyVineyard. From this low-yielding Lodi Old Vine vineyard, comes one of our richer zinfandels.
Lodi Old Vine, Noma Ranch. One sip and you will know how this wine got it’s name. A designated section of this 100+ year old vineyard was personally managed by the winemaker himself.
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