Ladybugs love aphids. Aphids love wine. There’s a wine called “Ladybug.” It’s beautiful, dude.

April 9, 2009 at 11:21 am Leave a comment

Source: SF Wine Examiner. Fine wine gets help from friendly predators. Julia Hollister. April 8, 2009

To kill those pesty, uh, pests that were eating up his vineyard profits, Lolonis Vineyard imported ladybugs. Not just a few, mind you, but 5 million ladybugs. That’s at least a shopping bag full.

Since 2000, seven Lolonis wines have scored 90 or more points in Wine Spectator ratings. They harvest 80% of their grapes by hand. Must be crunchy walking through the vines.

Here’s to Lolonis Ladybug Wines!

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— S.S.

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