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11.19.2010

Vinography Images: Above the Valley

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Above the Valley
This is a photograph of the El Olivar Vineyards of Viu Manent in Chile's Colchagua valley. I love how many different shades of green this valley contains. -- Alder Yarrow

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Comments (8)

Bill Stephenson wrote:
11.19.10 at 1:36 PM

Amazing how much the hillside resembles the western side of the Sonoma Mountains above Petaluma.
Well done, Mr. Wilson

Chris Corley wrote:
11.20.10 at 7:41 PM

What a beautiful picture. I proposed to my wife Julianna on a hillside vineyard in Colchagua Valley, likely not very far from this site. This is very much the view we enjoyed as we celebrated that evening. Thank you for prompting such nice memories of this special night. Cheers!

Lindsay wrote:
11.22.10 at 6:53 AM

Gorgeous!

molinarix wrote:
11.23.10 at 12:21 PM

Wow!!! what an amazing place!! great blog mate. have a look on my blog if you like its about design of wine racks and cellars. congrats for the site.

molinarix wrote:
11.23.10 at 12:23 PM

Wow!!! what an amazing place!! great blog mate. have a look on my blog if you like its about design of wine racks and cellars. congrats for the site.
http://metalwoodenwineracks.com/

Jacy wrote:
11.23.10 at 2:59 PM

What a lovely view! If I would have the chance to visit that place, I would probably have difficulty in leaving.

Noah Stanton wrote:
12.10.10 at 12:31 AM

This is such an evocative picture. The mountains in the background, the fields of green, the tree on the foreground... Reminds me of growing grapes at home a long time ago. Simply breathtaking.

11.20.14 at 8:53 AM

Heya just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you know a few of the images aren't loading properly.
I'm not sure why but I think its a linking issue.
I've tried it in two different web browsers and both show the
same results.

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