Lodi is known for being one of the most diverse growing regions in California, but until fairly recently, it never quite got the attention it deserved. Located between the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the San Francisco Bay, it’s twice the size of Napa Valley and home to a number of forgotten grape varietals from all over the world.
For generations, philosophers and writers have talked about the artistry of wine, how it plays on the senses and conveys an array of emotions, but most people forget to mention that it’s also serious science.
Have you ever gone to an industry wine tasting event in your pajamas? Or have a winemaker come to your house to have you taste through their… Read more “Virtual Delectability”
It’s the Fourth of July and summer is officially here. When you think of summer holidays, images of burgers and beers generally come to mind. Well, I’ve… Read more “Summer Wines To Beat the Heat”
What happens when you plant a vineyard on the beach? You get wonderfully terroir driven wines that make you feel like you’re on the open ocean with… Read more “Beyond the Sea”
Most people in the California Wine game are no stranger to Booker Wines and Winemaker Eric Jensen. Jensen specializes in Rhône inspired blends in Paso Robles and… Read more “Meet Your New Favorite Neighbor”