SANTA YNEZ, CA: Shadows lengthen across a vineyard surrounding a lone oak tree near Santa Ynez, California. The Santa Ynez Valley is the largest of Santa Barbara County’s AVAs, with the highest concentration of vineyards. The valley hosts diverse microclimates along its east-west run, ranging from the highly fog-influenced coastal end to the warmer foothills on its eastern end, making it possible for the AVA to grow everything from Pinot Noir to Cabernet Sauvignon.
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This image is from a series of photographs by George Rose captured in the process of shooting his most recent work WINE COUNTRY: Santa Barbara County, a visual celebration of one of California’s most beautiful wine regions. The book can be ordered on George’s web site.
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