Winter pruning of ancient Clements Hills-Lodi Zinfandel in Stampede Vineyard.
Classic head trained, own-rooted Zinfandel, originally planted in 1915, in Mokelumne River-Lodi's Kirschenmann Vineyard.
Jose Valencia contemplating his life's work in the Lodi appellation.
Typically small Zinfandel cluster grown in Lodi's Clements Hills appellation.
Marian's Vineyard Zinfandel, originally planted in 1901 on Lodi's south and west sides.
Battalion of vertical cordon trained vines on a foggy winter morning; Mokelumne River-Lodi.
New Lodi-grown Nebbiolo, straight from the barrel.
Winter pruning in Lodi's Mokelumne River AVA.
Soucie Vineyard Zinfandel, originally planted in 1916 in Lodi's far west side.
Bird house and ancient Lodi Zinfandel in Charlie Lewis Vineyard, first planted in 1903.
Ancient valley oaks and old vines on the west side of Lodi's Mokelumne River AVA.
Elongated spur of Zinfandel plated over 100 years ago on the east side of Lodi's Mokelumne River appellation.
Railroad remnant of the early part of the last century when grapes were transported primarily by train and Lodi-grown wines were produced by grower-cooperatives.
Rest stop in block of split-canopy trellised Zinfandel; Mokelumne River-Lodi AVA.
Ancient vine Flame Tokay harvest on west side of Lodi's Mokelumne River appellation.
Ancient vine Cinsaut in hollowed trunk on west side of Lodi's Mokelumne River appellation.
Lodi vigneron toasting old vine Zinfandel plants.
Rickety century-old water tower on the west side of Lodi's Mokelumne River appellation.
Mossy giant; gobelet trained Lodi Zinfandel, planted in 1916.
In winter fog, an ancient Zinfandel, originally planted in 1903, commanding an army of tall vertical cordon trained vines in Charlie Lewis Vineyard, on the east side of Lodi's Mokelumne River AVA.
Winter mullein in old vine Lodi Zinfandel block.
Old vine Zinfandel leaf in stark December.
Mossy roof on east side of Mokelumne River-Lodi appellation.
Dark and delicious Petite Sirah; Clements Hills-Lodi appellation.