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06.15.2012

Vinography Images: Fingers in the Fog

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Fingers in the Fog
ALEXANDER VALLEY, CA: A dormant Sonoma County Zinfandel vineyard shrouded in fog offers the dark shapes of old vines against the morning sun.

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Comments (8)

binNotes wrote:
06.16.12 at 10:27 AM

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06.19.12 at 6:24 PM

Does Vinography still do wine reviews?
May 27th last day I see.
Of course we won't count the group shill for our beloved Italians.
One more wine review by Alder in my lifetime would be appreciated.

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06.30.12 at 7:35 AM

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