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  • Alder Yarrow
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  • Alder Yarrow
15 Jan 2015

Analogies can be dangerous, but for anyone who doesn't know the more detailed geography of California, it may be easiest to describe the Lodi wine region as California's Languedoc. This massive American Viticultural Area (AVA) at the north end of California's Central Valley covers 551,000 acres (223,000 ha), and contains more than 103,000…