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09.17.2010

Vinography Images: Vines in Autumn

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Vines in Autumn
Harvest has begun in many places in the northern hemisphere as autumn is fast approaching. Soon the vines will look like these, from Chile's Maule Valley. We don't get many trees changing color here in the Bay Area, so colors like this are what we have to be satisfied with for Autumn. -- Alder Yarrow

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Comments (3)

Cat wrote:
09.18.10 at 3:59 AM

Ours are a little more verdant still but showing the drought stress of our non-irrigation philosophy as well. Harvest begins Monday, we are thrilled but always a little misty too...

Karin wrote:
10.06.10 at 1:18 PM

It's just about peak season for beautiful autumn foliage in the Finger Lakes region of New York state. It is definitely worth it to take a drive through this gorgeous landscapes with its lakes, valleys and lovely vineyards.

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