Soucie Vineyard

Devries sandy loam soil in Marian's Vineyard

Devries sandy loam soil in Soucie Vineyard

m2’s Lodi Native Zinfandel is sourced from the oldest block of Soucie Vineyard; planted in 1916 and farmed by fifth generation Lodi native Kevin Soucie.  The vines are own-rooted and head trained, and the soil – an extremely fine silt with the consistency of talcum powder – is a variation of the series found in Lodi’s Mokelumne River AVA’s far western edge, identified as Devries sandy loam.  The site is also the closest to the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta’s cooling breezes in Lodi, resulting in distinctively lush, pungently earthy, terroir driven styles of Zinfandel.

The 2013 Lodi Native Soucie Vineyard Zinfandel was produced and bottled by m2 Wines by winemaker/owner Layne Montgomery.

From LoCA:
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Soucie Vineyard Zinfandel

Soucie Vineyard Zinfandel

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