Bob and his good friends, Gordon Sprague and Steve Hubbard, started making amateur wine together 10 years ago. Steve, who was a football coach at a local high school, owned a sheep that walked funny so they named it Crazy Legs. They all agreed that if they ever started a commercial wine label, they would call it Crazy Legs, since "legs" also represents the wine that streaks down the sides of a wine glass.
Steve passed away in 2006 and Bob decided to pay tribute to his friend on his first wine label. If you look closely at the front of the label it says "option approved by Coach Hubbard".
Who is Robert Lauchland....
Robert "Bob" is a 4th generation winegrape grower whose family has been growing quality winegrapes for over 100 years. After graduating from Pepperdine University, he became a City Planner and an Assistant City Manager before coming back to the family grape growing business in 1994. Since then he has been the President of the Lodi District Grape Growers Assoc., Chairman of the Lodi Winegrape Commission and has completed the Leadership Program and serves on the Board of Directors for the San Joaquin County Farm Bureau. Bob has a wife, Sandy, and two children.
The vintage labels represent how far back grapes have been grown in this fertile area. The sports theme represents Bob and his family... Bob was a soccer player, his son was a baseball player, and his daughter was a cheerleader.
Gordon, Steve, and Bob
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