Sometimes I like to think of grapes as the permeable membrane that separates the earth from the sky. They take in the sunlight and the air and they channel the water and the soil into their leaves and fruit. Which makes wine a bit of bottled sunshine, and the chemical embodiment of a season’s weather. This photo shows the dramatic Chilean sky above the Colchagua valley. — Alder Yarrow
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