Nestled between the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Lodi has an ideal Mediterranean climate with deep, rich, sandy-loam soils and abundant quality water. Lance Randolph, fourth generation Peirano, winemaker, and grower uses the best of Giacomo Peirano’s, Lance’s great grandfather, farming methods and implements new techniques to create the best of “Old World Meets New World” viticulture practices.
Beautiful, beautiful color. Soft fruit and flowers on the nose, with a smoky hickory finish. Not the most well-balanced Barbera, but if you give it an hour or two to air out, it's pretty good.
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