Lodi Harvest 2020
September 13–17, 2020
July 10, 2020, 11:00 PM (Pacific)
Lodi Winegrape Commission
Apply now to participate in a hands-on educational experience in one of the oldest winemaking regions in California. During this interactive trip, you will visit with Lodi growers and winemakers to understand the dynamic relationship between viticulture and winemaking. Depending on the timing of the harvest season, you may have the opportunity to participate in operations, getting your hands dirty harvesting grapes. You will visit and learn about the largest collection of old-vine plantings, as well as the region’s unparalleled diversity of wine grapes. Attendees will come away with a mastery of Lodi’s winegrowing history, its seminal role in the establishment of sustainable practices, as well as a deeper technical knowledge of pairing contemporary style wines and cuisines. You can look forward to vineyard walks, field tastings, blind tastings of single vineyard wines, barrel and tank tastings, delicious meals with winemakers and proprietors, and much more. Airfare, hotel, and meals will be provided.
Established in 1991, the Lodi Winegrape Commission proudly represents 750 growers farming over 100,000 acres of winegrapes. Leading programs in marketing, education, research, and sustainable viticulture, the Commission is successfully moving the Lodi region forward as a high quality, environmentally and socially conscious production area.