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Winery: Michael David Winery

Region: California - Central Valley - Lodi

Alcohol: 15.0%

Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon (California Cabernet Sauvignon)

Wine Style: Red - Bold and Structured

Food Pairing: Beef, Lamb, Game (deer, venison), Chicken


Winemaker Notes & Critical Acclaim:

Earthquake’s deep violet color gives way to an outburst of black fruits, red currant, anise and vanilla on the nose. Rich and weighty in the mouth, laden with dark blackberry fruit, mocha, savory spice and cinnamon that carry through a sleek lengthy finish. - Winemaker Note

About The Producer:

Michael David Winery was founded in 1984 by brothers Michael and David Phillips. The brothers represent their family's fifth-generation growing grapes in Lodi, California, with roots in the area dating back to the 1850s.

During Prohibition, the family continued to grow grapes and sold bricks of concentrated juice with explicit warnings detailing the steps not to take in order to ferment and produce wine from the concentrate – an act that became lucrative while remaining technically legal.

Michael David Winery now farms more than 300 hectares (750 acres) of estate vineyards and produces more than 500,000 cases annually. All of its vineyards are certified organic by third-party organizations and, since 2011, all of the fruit crushed at the winery is certified as sustainably grown. The winery is known for its value wines, such as The Seven Deadly Zins Zinfandel and the Petite Petit red blend of Petit Verdot and Petite Syrah. Michael David also has a reserve collection of red single-variety wines.

Michael David Earthquake Cabernet Sauvignon Lodi 2017

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