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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  • Merlot

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

  • Sauvignon Blanc

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

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  • Okay, I like a pizza that's pretty simple.  But that looks good.I just ordered the 2012 Apsaras.  But I'm not bringing those.  I'll bring at least two N. Rhones and one mystery bottle.  But would anyone object if I brought (or invited) Robin of Apsara?I think that rather than St. Joseph v. Hermitage we should consider Cote-Rotie or Hermitage v. ... Read More

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  • Hi everyone.  My wife Sandra and I have been into wine for the past few years and that's led to a few trips to Napa Valley and related areas in 2012 and 2013.  We enjoy all wines but reds are our favorites.  We hosted our first wine tasting party last night and it was a fun event - sixteen wine lovers trying different wines in a blind tasting.  ... Read More

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  • Oh, man, I got here kind of late!  I agree with the basic science that GregT is talking about BUT there is a difference in dry farmed grapes and irrigated vineyards.  OT is correct that the drip irrigated vines need to be grubbed up sooner.  Grapes, unlike a lot of other things, can survive--thrive, even-- on poor soils by sending down roots ver... Read More

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  • California "Old Vine" wines, Zinfandel, especially, have been getting a lot of attention in the last few years.  I, certainly, have been paying more attention to them, lately, mostly as a result of the postings of Outthere on some of the historic vineyards in his neck of the woods.  He interested me enough to join the Historic Vineyard Society, ... Read More

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  • We’ve been doing it all wrong. That’s not surprising now is it? Well, what may be surprising is that researchers at Reykjavík’s School of oenology have discovered why the Nordic countries enjoy wine so much. They simply are better at it! While I’m sure the powers that be would love to find their genetics were responsible for such an advantage, t... Read More

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  • v v, that is truly excellent.  I have to ask, though, does that not make your impending trip to France seem a bit anticlimactic?  ;-)We're going to be grilling some halibut tonight, and I'm still continuing to make room for some expected deliveries, next week. Technically, Compagni Portis makes the HVS registry of historic vineyards, but, being ... Read More

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  • I love N. Rhone Syrah.  It's my favorite red wine in France.  But the acreage of the region is so small and the area that provide its best wines even smaller, that prices have hit the roof.  Sure, there are a few St. Josephs and Crozes-Hermitages that come in around $25, but those are either made for earlier drinking and a lot less thrilling wit... Read More

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  • Hi all!Hoping to wade into interesting wine talk (and food talk).  Me, I've been seriously enjoying and exploring wine for just over 20 years. On the red side, right now I'm partial to wines from Spain and the Rhone valley, but other loves are Oregon pinots, really good Italian wines (yes, it's endless, but that's the fun), and wanting to try mu... Read More

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  • Greg T- I'm feeling lucky. :) Still have to apply your pizza wisdom.V.V. - Mmmm...60's, that sounds nice. Frigid here today...again; the snow just piles up and refuses to melt.. That plan is good to me. The view below is from our front porch upstate.Fork sounds perfect; I'm a fan of local sourcing, and the article makes it even more enticing.See... Read More

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