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09.20.2013

Vinography Images: A Bit of Pink

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A Bit of Pink
OCCIDENTAL, CA: A expansive vineyard of pinot noir and chardonnay is framed by bits of fog turned pink in the evening light in Occidental, California. Located two hours north of San Francisco, and west of Napa Valley, Sonoma County has become in recent years a popular global Wine Country destination.

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