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01.31.2014

Vinography Images: Wine Lake

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Wine Lake
The lake at Jordan Vineyards in Sonoma's Alexander Valley emerges from the morning mist.

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Gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing Andy's photo of Jordan lake. Last summer, we built a little dock off to the right-hand side so that Estate Tour & Tasting guests can walk out over the lake.

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