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08.23.2013

Vinography Images: Morning Vines

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Morning Vines
HEALDSBURG, CA: The early morning fog creeps up Dry Creek Valley on in October near Healdsburg, California. This summer has proven to be a relatively stellar growing season, and many vintners began harvest this week with high hopes.

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