The Soil Roadshow, held on April 14, took 30 local winegrowers on a tour of three different yet common soil types found within the Lodi region: San Joaquin, Tokay, and Corning/Redding. UCCE soil scientist Toby O’Geene and UCCE farm advisor Paul Verdegaal, along with local viticulturist and Coffee Shop contributor Stan Grant, shared their knowledge about these soils. Winegrapes are grown extensively in each of these soils and growers must manage their vineyards to account for the soils’ unique characteristics. Special thanks are due to our speakers, to Stanton Lange Vineyard Management for digging the soil pits, and to Lange Twins Family Winery and Vineyards, Nestor Enterprises, Pacific Agri Lands, and to E&J Gallo Winery for providing the sites. What follows is an essay of photos that capture the vineyards, soils, and people of the Lodi Soil Roadshow.