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09.21.2012

Vinography Images: Cabernet Leaf

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Cabernet Leaf
SONOMA COUNTY, CA: A Cabernet Sauvignon grape leaf is set against the sun in the Alexander Valley during summer. The first Cabernet is just beginning to be harvested throughout Sonoma and Napa Counties this year.

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