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Willamette Valley Vineyards

Willamette Valley Vineyards in Turner, Oregon. Posted by pete4ducks on 2007-09-10 04:30:00 Tagged: , oregon , travel , willamette valley , weekend , road trip , 2007 , vineyard , willamette valley vineyards , sky , trees , grapes , vines , pete , pete liedtke , pete4ducks , landscape

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Vines House and Hills

Posted by Cameron (and Liz) on 2009-03-18 16:55:08 Tagged: , blue , clouds , grass , green grass , hills , house , off season , paso robles , rolling hills , sky , tree , trees , vines , vineyard

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Late Autumn at the Vineyard

Greystone Vineyard on a visit to the Waipara valley to simple Somme wines and food. It was lovely when we left Christchurch but here in the Waipara Valley there was a gale force Nor West Wind that just about blow me away. First stop was Terrace Edge Vineyard. Next Visit was Greystone Vineyard then Black Estate Vineyard. The wines were …

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Vineyard Grapes

Valhalla Vineyards is a vineyard and winery located in the North Fork of Roanoke American Viticultural Area in Roanoke County, Virginia. James and Debra Vascik founded Valhalla Vineyards in 1994. In 1994, Valhalla began planting its vineyards. The vineyards were originally a Peach orchard. Construction on the winery building and wine cave began in 1996. The winery’s first vintage was …

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Vineyards, Umbria 0456

Vineyards in the gently rolling landscape of Umbria, Italy. Posted by gwpics on 2014-06-22 14:05:00 Tagged: , Agriculture , E.U. , Environment , Environmental , Europe , European , European Union , Exterior , Farming , Hills , Italian , Italy , Landscape , Outdoors , Outside , Summer , Tree , Umbria , Umbrian , Vine , Vines , …

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Man in a Red Cap

Auntsfield Vineyard on our trip up to the top of the South Island of New Zealand, Dec 29, 2012. We had a interesting trip with, thunder and lighting, heavy rain, sun, gale force winds, floods, closed roads and even snow on the hills!! But no Earthquakes!!! Auntsfield Estate: Marlborough’s first and oldest vineyard. Marlborough is now the largest wine region …

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Vine Movements!

Straight out of the camera; No editing; Hand-held Posted by Arabesque20 on 2010-08-27 07:00:41 Tagged: , Movement , Vineyard , Vine , Vines , Grapes , Grapevine , Wine , Nature , Green , Trees , Road , Speed , Motion , Moving

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Hermann Vineyards Infrared

Vineyards along the Missouri River in Hermann Missouri by Notley Hawkins Photography. Taken with a Canon EOS 50D camera with a LIfePIxel infrared conversion and a EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM lens at f.8.0 with a 1/13 second exposure at ISO 100. Processed with Adobe Lightroom 5.7 and DXO OpticsPro 10. Follow me on Twitter, Google+, Facebook www.notleyhawkins.com/ ©Notley Hawkins Posted by …

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Bernkastel

Hillside vineyard seen across the rooftops from Burgstrasse. This is the famous Bernkasteler Doktor. Rising 260 ft above Bernkastel at a remarkable steepness of 54 to 63 degrees, this small plot is one of the world’s truly great vineyards. White wines made from riesling grapes grown here are said to remain fresh and vital for 30 years or more. Extension …

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183-365

On a winters morning it is crisp but the sun is out. I set out driving along a few back roads in our local area as I had some time before meeting a friend for lunch. It’s amazing how I always go along the road most travelled, probably also due to time & the fact there is a destination to …

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Seeing the Old Vines

Liz with Jean Lançon, out by the 100-year-old Grenache vines at Domaine de la Solitude. Posted by mikepirnat on 2009-07-09 18:13:03 Tagged: , vacation , travel , france , rhône , Chateauneuf-du-Pape , winery , wineries , Domaine de la Solitude , vine , vines , vineyard , people , liz , Jean Lançon , trees , landscape , grenache …

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Valhalla Vineyards

Valhalla Vineyards is a vineyard and winery located in the North Fork of Roanoke American Viticultural Area in Roanoke County, Virginia. James and Debra Vascik founded Valhalla Vineyards in 1994. In 1994, Valhalla began planting its vineyards. The vineyards were originally a Peach orchard. Construction on the winery building and wine cave began in 1996. The winery’s first vintage was …

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BordeauxInWinter05

Posted by broadswordcallingdannyboy on 2011-11-16 20:15:46 Tagged: , Bordeaux , vine yards , winter , winter landscape , vines , Gironde , Blaye , Winter scenes , frost , France , French Landscapes , trees , trees in winter , Leon Reilly , Leon Reilly Photography , Vineyard , Sud-Ouest , Copyright , Copyright Leon Reilly , Canon EOS , …

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Lines of vines

Vineyards in Barossa Valley. Posted by Roving I on 2009-01-25 04:59:14 Tagged: , flora , buildings , South Australia , business , roads , Barossa , vineyards , viticulture , vines , trees , fields , rural

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wine in training

grapes at the riverbend inn & vineyard, niagara on the lake Posted by lynn.h.armstrong on 2014-09-22 01:37:22 Tagged: , lynn , h , armstrong , lynnharmstrong , ingleside , long , sault , ontario , canada , south , stormont , photo , photography , photographer , nikon , d7000 , aperture , art , flickr , getty , images …

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Napa County Road in the Autumn

Road in Calistoga among the vineyards. Posted by Vincent Anton / aka Astrovine on 2004-11-18 04:32:44 Tagged: , autumn , napavalley , road , view , 2004 , Lumix , trees , vineyard , vines , wine , winery , calistoga , california

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Vineyard Path

Posted by Dale Gillard on 2009-01-25 02:59:31 Tagged: , trees , path , Victoria , Melbourne , Mornington , Red Hill , winery , www.redhillestate.com.au , vines , vineyard , Red Hill Estate , grapes

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Northburn Station

We arrive at Cromwell to stay a couple of nights as there are a number of winery’s John wanted to visit. March 5, 2014, South Island, New Zealand. This was taken at Northburn Station is a vineyard where we stopped for lunch. Northburn Station’s "The Shed" is the first cellar door operation in the region to offer a food and …

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