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Favorite Restaurants in Lodi

14743 Walnut Grove-Thornton Road,  Walnut Grove
(916) 776-1808
We are the oldest bar and restaurant in the California Delta, serving satisfied, happy customers for almost a hundred years. You can get here by car or by boat. Sometimes, our customers arrive by helicopter! Family Style Lunch an Dinners.

Favorite Accommodations in Lodi

2505 W. Turner Road,  Lodi
877-310-3358

Wine & Roses provides a comfortable and relaxing environment set within seven acres of towering trees and serene botanical gardens. Indulge in the elegance of our Vintner Suites and Garden Rooms. Complimentary Gourmet continental breakfast, spa services, fireplaces & spa tubs available.

Favorite Wine Activities in Lodi

Every March in Lodi Lodi, CA  

Every March, at least 80 judges take their seats at a wine competition in Lodi, Calif., where they will taste glass after glass of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Their qualification: They like wine.

The amateur judges at the annual Consumer Wine Awards at Lodi won't be trained or told what to look for in the wines they taste. They will judge only wines of a style they know they like, so Cabernet Sauvignon or White Zinfandel fans will stick to those wines. They won't be allowed to take notes—instead, they'll take a sip and rate how much they like it. In short, they will try to enjoy the wines the way an ordinary consumer would. Interested?

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