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10.18.2013

Vinography Images: A Brief Respite

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A Brief Respite
HEALDSBURG, CA: Vineyard workers picking Semillon grapes in Knights Valley during the 2012 vintage near Healdsburg, California. Scenes like this have occupied much of California wine country for the past few weeks.

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