V M V

1 (209) 481-3386 16475 N Locust Tree Rd.
Lodi, CA 95240
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Growing premium grapes for over 90 years has been the family passion. Our Lodi Appellation soils and weather allow the grapes to mature into bright and zesty berries. vMv Merlot is an elegant and flavorful wine. Careful aging in French and American oak barrels brings a soft texture along with rich fruit characteristics. Enjoy! Vineyards - A story of soil, vine and man! Whether it's generations of family-owned vineyards or the finest advances of modern viticulture, whether it's the classic Mediterranean climate or the cool bay breezes, whether it's the sandy soils at the heart of Lodi or the gravelly hills of our eastern side… Lodi vineyards offer the ideal environment for growing the finest winegrapes and crafting delicious wines! – Description from milana

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  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

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  • Way back in the last decade of the 20th Century, Adelaida (one of v v's favorites) released a Blanc de Blancs that had about 10 years on it.  It was pretty good, although, I'm not that discriminating on sparkling wine.  I came to own 5 or 6 bottles and drank the last one in 2013. Read More

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  • Mjet - these days it's hard to think of a CA or WA Cab that will improve but that isn't very good out of the chute. That would include the entire Cab family - wines made as monovarietal bottlings or as blends of Merlot, Cab Franc, Cab Sauv, Malbec, Carmenere, etc. If you have a wine that's going to improve, it's likely to be pretty good on relea... Read More

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  • Just another note on cement (I'm glad we've had this conversation, though it turned sideways from the original subject. - This was a pretty good article:http://www.wine-tanks.com/upload/presse/file/w-v-july10-inquiring-winemaker-521FAC18.pdfAlso in it was this this: Care and maintenance :  It is well known that the alkaline character of untreate... Read More

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  • A few days ago I participated in a tasting/pairing event that featured white wines. One of the wines was Chablis, and, while discussing this one, the facilitator stated that it was fermented in steel and had never seen oak.  I asked if that was common for the region and he responded that it was absolutely the case, and was so for all white wines... Read More

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  • v v, there seems to be a lot of cooperation between vineyard owners who are also wine makers. I have:LL Zin from Bedrock vineyard.Bedrock Zin from LL vineyard.Bedrock from Bedrock.Bedrock Zin from Carlisle Vineyard.I know that Carlisle has a Zin from Bedrock Vineyard, but I am new to the Carlisle list.  So, I don't have it.Then you have makers f... Read More

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  • Which Cab Sav's are REALLY good right of the bat (upon release from the winery) and even better after 5 years?  Read More

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  • So I think it's a clean winemaking v.s. more traditional methods that I'm after. What traditional methods lend themselves to funk? Native yeasts? Warm (non temp controlled) fermentations? Old barrels? Read More

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  • Apart from lack of hygiene in the winery, what part of the winemaking process allows for a funky nose?  Read More

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  • I'm told something like 93% of acreage is planted to those 7 grapes + petite sirah.  Read More

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  • A few other things to keep in mind. The grape with the most acreage under vine, or the most vineyard area is not the same thing as the grape with the most vines. For one thing, a lot of those figures come from Spain. It's largely desert. The vines there were typically planted far apart so you might have fifty acres of vines but fewer actual vine... Read More

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