Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Vineyards in Val Passiria




Vineyards in Val Passiria in late autumn.


8 comments:

  1. Still haven't found any wines from your region in my local grocery, so I guess I'll have to go to a wine shop.

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  2. Most of the work seems already done... Any great wine from there?

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  3. Walking among those vines takes a bit of climbing.

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  4. Lovely compositions, Karl. I did some grape picking in vineyards in California many years ago when I was young. It was hard work and very hot! At least that's how I remember it. These vines on a hill would make it even harder!

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  5. Very much done for the season, Karl!

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  6. It will be even nicer in the spring!

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  7. I love the symmetry of these shots!

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  8. Two different vineyards, both lovely.

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