The Vineyard and the Golden Oaks
In many ways, most vineyards look an awful lot alike. Rows upon rows of vines marching across the landscape. They distinguish themselves from one another by the composition and shape of the earth beneath them, but perhaps most distinctively, by their placement in the larger landscape. Those tucked in amongst the waving grasses and old live oaks in California wine country are some of my favorites, especially when the evening light turns them heavenly gold. — Alder Yarrow
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