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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  • Was fortunate enough to attend a very well put together Amarone dinner in LA last night put on by a friend I met at a tasting last year. For those who don’t know, Amarone is a wine produced in Veneto, Italy, from mostly Corvina grapes along with 20-40% Rondinella and 5-25% Molinara. What makes these wines unique is that the grapes are basically ... Read More

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  • This comes up a lot, and dmcker said something interesting about it that sparked some thoughts:I don't think wine should be rated only double blindFirst, I think "double blind" is a bit of a misnomer. It's a term from clinical trials in medical research,  referring to the fact that both the clinician measuring the results and the patient don't k... Read More

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  • I tried 7 dolar  Mexican cabernet-sauvignon and it was pretty tasty. Could anyone suggest some good white Mexican wines? Read More

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  • GdP, just checking in on your trip to LA in April.Have already started planning out most of my Spring, and wanted to make sure I can set aside a date for when you'll be here if that's still a possibility. Like I mentioned, if I'm free, i'm happy to host, otherwise we can find a restaurant. I'm all the way on the west side, near Marina Del Rey.We... Read More

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  • Great story in today's NY Times about yet another wine broker making fraudulent sales.  When I said to my wife, "Counterfeit wine," she said, "Actual turpentine in Two Buck Chuck?"  And I said, "No, those bottles get opened and it would be discovered too quickly.  The money in fake wine comes at the upper end." Don't know why, but I keep finding... Read More

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