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Bokisch Vineyards

Bokisch Vineyards

Wines in the Bokisch Vineyards label are all Iberian varietal wines. We grow our own grapes. Most wines are certified sustainable by Lodi Rules.

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Graciano 2016 Image

This is the very first vintage we have featured Terra Alta Vineyard Graciano with a vineyard designation! The violet-blue hue is the first signal that something special awaits in the glass. The aromas hit the nose in full force with forest fruit, blackberry pie, blueberry syrup and black licorice. Flavors of dark Bing cherry, vanilla bean, blueberry and sundried apricots   linger in the mouth. Juicy sweet with a velvet finish, this wine will continue to age beautifully which is why it is often used in the blends of the Rioja region of Spain. Liz suggests pairing this wine with roasted leg of lamb with garlic and rosemary.


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Tempranillo 2016 Image

This is the first vintage in many years that we have highlighted Liberty Oaks Vineyard as a vineyard designated wine. It proves, once again, why Tempranillo is king of the Spanish reds! Incredible dark fruit aromas of black cherry, blackberry and dark chocolate, end with a tangy hints of dried cranberries and nutmeg. Rich, luscious, juicy dark fruit flavors of blackberry syrup and chocolate covered cherries finish with a lingering notes of mulling spices, cinnamon, and clove. It is weighty and mature with dusty tannins. This wine is drinkable now and will continue to mature and evolve in the bottle for many years. Liz suggests pairing this wine with venison or duck with a cherry red wine reduction sauce.


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Albariño TAV 2017 Image

Our 2017 Albariño is a gorgeous pale straw color. This wine is always a winner and you will enjoy once again the classic aromas of citrus, orange slices, ripe peach skins, mandarin, pink grapefruit , orange blossoms and green papaya. The natural acidity is balanced by the delicious flavors of grapefruit juice, lemon curd, Meyer lemon and a briny finish which remind us of the classic Albariños of Galicia. It is light to medium bodied with a long finish. Liz suggests pairing this with spicy Thai food with basil or seared ahi with wasabi allioli.

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Garnacha 2015 Image

Our 2015 Garnacha has the brilliant red hue of gemstones. This vineyard never fails to produce an amazingly aromatic red with such a delicate color that is a tickly tease. Notes of ripe strawberry, raspberry and cherry candy mix together with a spicy blend of anise, clove and nutmeg. The well-balanced bright acidity add to the pomegranate-like tannins and flavors of cranberry sauce, watermelon and mango. This wine has a long finish which ends with a hint of dried vanilla beans. Liz suggests pairing this with a tapa of Spanish Membrillo, Manchego and Jamon Serrano. This Garnacha will definitely be invited to the Bokisch family Thanksgiving dinner!

280 Cases Produced
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Tempranillo 2015 Image

Deep purple, rich and dark, our Tempranillo is king of the Spanish reds. The beautiful, savory aromas of smoky leather, toasted marshmallows and forest fruit end with spice box notes of cardamom, anise and black pepper. One taste will reveal full-bodied and luscious flavors of black cherry, apple butter, carob chips and savory aged tannins. This wine has an amazingly long, lingering finish. Combined with a touch of our Graciano, this wine exemplifies why it is perfect for aging in the Spanish tradition of Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva. Enjoy now and for many years into the future! Liz suggests pairing this wine with chicken with chocolate mole, butter basted grilled Ribeye or risotto.

775 Cases Produced
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Tasting Room

18921 Atkins Road, Lodi, CA
Friday-Monday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.