Viognier provides us with a rich and full-bodied style wine. Though the historical origin is unknown there is great possibility it came from Dalmatia, which is present day Croatia. Viognier seeks out sunny regions and cool nights, which helps the varietal to maintain its precious acidity and this is what makes Lodi AVA, a perfect place to grow Viognier.
This will be one you will want to swirl in your glass and enjoy with someone you love.
Barbera, like most black grapes, contains a white flesh inside its dark outer skin. Traditionally used to make red wine, Barbera is an Italian varietal best known for its high levels of natural acidity coupled with bright fruity qualities. By carefully eliminating any skin to juice contact during the crushing and fermentation process, we have created a uniquely refreshing wine reminiscent of “summertime in a glass.” This brilliant full-bodied white wine resonates with vibrant acidity, singing in unison with its bounty of crisp fruit flavor.
As it's brilliant pink pigment glistens in your glass, this rosé smells of crisp apple and pear with delicate floral hints. Flavors intensify at first sip revealing bright notes of cranberry and ruby red grapefruit that are perfectly accentuated by the wine's cool refreshing acidity.
Developed in 1948 at the University of California, Davis, Symphony is a white grape crossing of French natives Grenache Gris and Muscat of Alexandria. Created with intent to thrive in the hot summer days that characterize our region, this varietal perfectly plays its masterpiece on the stage of Lodi. As Muscat’s floral fruity notes sing in harmony with the structure and spice of Grenache, this wine resonates a beautiful balance of sweetness and acidity.