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d'Art Wines

Our Tasting Room Hours

We are open Thursday through Monday 
11am to 5pm
Reservations suggested at 209-334-9946
We are closed Tuesday and Wednesday


The Vineyard

The vineyard is going through bud break, that means spring is here. We just got done with pruning in the nick of time. We have mowed the weeds and chopped up the old canes, the next step will be to disc all the weeds under.

We're hoping the stay at home order will pass, and the vines hold out untill the first of May. If all of that happens, we can host our adopt a row and give everybody a lovely walk in the vineyard.

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The Wines

Our estate vineyard was planted in 1999 with Clone 8 Cabernet Sauvignon on freedom rootstock. Our soil is sandy loam for thirty feet down which gives the vineyard great drainage so we can adjust the amount of water to the vines. We thin the canes in the spring to only grow two canes per spur with an average of 4 tons per acre at harvest.

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About Us

What does a Spanish dancer have to do with a winery that has a French name? Absolutely nothing and everything. It was one of the first artworks Dave did about the same time he and Helen started making wine at home.

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Featured Wines

Italy's most planted grape, often synonymous with 'fine wine' in Tuscany, Sangiovese eagerly embraces theMediterranean-like climate of the Mokelumne River sub-AVA of Lodi. Hot sunny days ending with cool breezy evenings, combined with a long and dry growing season, fashion these slow to late ripeners to thrive with exuberance. With Sangiovese's relatively thin skin, this wine is lighter in color, yet saturated with rich, fruitdriven flavor, accentuated by its well-balanced structure.

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SKU: 18sangio

One of the world's most renowned varietals originating from the wine powerhouse of Bourdeaux, France, Cabernet Sauvignon is highly regarded as one of California's most important wine grapes. As the pride of our Estate, which is nestled in the rich sandy-loam soils of the Mokelumne River sub-AVA, our 5 acres of Cabernet flourish beautifully in the hot days and cool nights of Lodi, allowing these small, thick-skinned, and distinctively blue-colored grapes to ripen gradually, thus creating a wine with remarkable fruit flavor and soft tannins.

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/ 750ml
SKU: 2017CabSauvRsrv

Spain's most popular red varietal, Tempranillo thrives in Lodi's Mediterranean-like climate with warm summer days and cool nights.  From the Clements Hills sub-AVA of Lodi, a region characterized by its low rolling hills and rich mixture of loam and clay soils, this wine embodies Tempranillo's full hearty flavor while keeping in touch with its softer delicate side.

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SKU: 18temp