A grape of Italian origin, Barbera is best known for its high levels of natural acidity coupled with a propensity to ripen relatively late. These innate varietal characteristics sing in perfect harmony with Lodi's long hot summers by allowing the grapes ample time on the vine. When fully ripened, sugar levels exceed the acids resulting in a perfectly well-balanced wine, eagerly enticing the palate for another sip.
One of the first grape varietals to be cultivated specifically for wine. The Romans found it growing in Burgandy, France around 2000 years ago. This grape varietal is known as one of the oldest grapes on the planet. Our Pinot is silky and fresh, with notes of cherry, cranberry & oak. These grapes are grown right here in the Mokelumne River sub-appelation of the Lodi AVA. Barrel aged for 12 months in French Oak. 100% Pinot Noir.
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.
This Bordeaux varietal is known for it's full body, high acidity, and dark fruit flavors. Our 2017 Malbec has medium tannins, rich black cherry followed by slightly spicy oak flavors, and an easy finish, making it a great wine to pair with food or drink on its own.