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Man Found Dead After Standoff, Fire At Lodi Home Was Honor Farm Escapee

LODI (CBS13) – San Joaquin County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a standoff that turned deadly Tuesday night.

Authorities were along the 300 block of Oak Street looking for an Honor Farm escapee when they approached a home. 117 more words

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Dinner at Spenker Winery

Founded in 1869 as a train stop for the Central Pacific Railroad, Lodi began as a farming community known for wheat and watermelons. Lodi was also known, early on for grapes. 236 more words

Wine

Are Bloggers the Burners of the Wine World?

In the town of Lodi last week-end, 300 wine bloggers gathered for the 9th annual Wine Bloggers’ Conference. While most of the conversations centered on wine and writing, there were a few comments and presentations focused on the commercial side of blogging and some advice on how to ‘monetize authenticity.’ 253 more words

Wine

Learning About Lodi Wine – From Workhorse to World Class

When you think of California wines, it’s likely your first thoughts are of Napa and Sonoma. After that, it’s possible you pause to think of your next choice. 928 more words

Wine

Lodi: Where The Old World is New Again

I first heard about Lodi, California, from Jon Bonné, author of the The New California Wine (2013). Bonné highlights some of the hot winemakers making a “new” restrained version of California wines, such as Tegan Passalacqua from… 562 more words

Travel

#WBC16 Lodi Live Wine Blogging: Red, Red Wines!

Q: NOW, What do you know about Lodi wine?
A1: Holy smokes, EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED!
A2: It’s NOT all about Zinfandel! (But there is some amazing Zin here!) 1,046 more words

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I Have a Crush on Lodi

The 2016 Wine Bloggers Conference in Lodi, California has officially ended, and I can tell you I was left with a little more love for Lodi than I had before. 456 more words