It was cold (ish) damp underfoot and great to be out and about after a long week at work. I look forward to seeing - and then tasting - some of the products of these plants in a few years!
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Stewart, pretty shots of the vineyard! Have a great week ahead!ReplyDelete
Very nice photos...Have a great week !ReplyDelete
Obviously they do mechanical picking, I wonder what the difference is in the final product.ReplyDelete
I would have preferred to be outside too while my husband prepared for a concert, mo such luck!
get your tastebuds ready. :)ReplyDelete
That is so strange to see for our vineyards are all leafed out, full, lush and green while yours are all done for their season.ReplyDelete
Nice shots Stewart. Aussie wine is yummy!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of the vineyard.
I love vineyards because I love wine (though I only drink the nonacholol versions) and I love grapes. As a kid, I used to steal the Concord grapes from my neighbor's vine (shhhh, don't tell) and I still buy them at the store when they are in season.ReplyDelete
I also think your pictures are wonderful, especially the second one that shows the vines going down a hill and then all of the beaty beyond it. I am so glad you took over WBW because otherwise I would be missing all of your good stuff :) It is Memorial Day here, so take a moment to remember those who have served your country and have made the greatest sacrifice. Be well, Stewart ...
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Pinot noir - delicious.ReplyDelete
I LOVE vineyards! That third shot is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Lovely shots, I like the tags hanging from the post!ReplyDelete
Pinot Noir is popular here in the County too.ReplyDelete
Nice pics of vineyards! Would be great to taste some :)ReplyDelete
Nice soft shots of the vineyards.ReplyDelete
Beautiful soft captures of the vineyard!ReplyDelete
Great hopes for the new wines!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
Vineyards are such great places (in so many ways).ReplyDelete
Roll on Summer!! I love vineyards!ReplyDelete
Very nice photos Stewart!We have many vineyards near my house!ReplyDelete
Living ampng vineyards I always look forward to the yearly winetasting! And I started to appreciate a good wine from Australia. Cheers!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place. I think I'll have a glass of wine now! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete