This is a photograph of the cottage where the winemaker for J. Bouchon winery lives in Chile’s Maule Valley. I never really imagine myself as a winemaker or winegrower (I’d much rather just drink the stuff, and I tend to kill plants) but if I were so inclined, I’d definitely want to live in the middle of my vineyards. It seems to me that if you are going to tie your livelihood to plants, and if you aspire to grow them to the peak of perfection, you should live with them for as much of your day as possible. Of course, it would help if your vineyards were in as beautiful a landscape as these. — Alder Yarrow
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