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09.30.2011

Vinography Images: Fall Pinot

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Fall Pinot
UKIAH VALLEY, CA - 2007: Pinot Noir grape leaves turn color in this Autumn photograph in the heart of Mendocino County.

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Comments (5)

Carol wrote:
10.01.11 at 11:54 AM

Absolutely gorgeous image!

Kerry Jones wrote:
10.03.11 at 8:11 AM

Agree with Carol, love this image :) Glad I found this blog looks great!

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