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12.24.2010

Vinography Images: Mystic Cellar

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Mystic Cellar
One of my greatest regrets from my visit to Argentina, apart from not taking the time to visit Salta, was failing to visit this cellar. The O Fournier winery is exceptional in many ways, but especially in its architecture, which this image only hints at, with the precisely crossed rays of daylight facilitated by a remarkable structure you can't really see. And the wine ain't bad either. If you're in the Valle de Uco, you really shouldn't miss it. -- Alder Yarrow

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Comments (3)

12.25.10 at 12:13 PM

Thank you! This is gorgeous -- and now it's my desktop background.

Wandamae Lombardi wrote:
12.26.10 at 2:52 PM

Hi Alder..love this photo and i am trying to make it my screen saver but your link for Mac users does not link the instructions. any help?

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