Category: Vinography Images
Purple residue of press juice stains glasses and the table in the cellar at Anomaly Vineyards in St. Helena, California.
Fermenting must erupts from barrels leaving a virtual delta of sticky, fragrant juice on the floor of Fitapreta Vinhos in
Stormy skies unfurl above the village of Morgon in France’s Beaujolais wine region. This is a view looking down towards
Caught in the act. A ‘wine thief’ used to take barrel samples rests in an open bung hole at Anomaly
An old ladder and wine barrel stand by behind the wall as the last rays of the sun come through
Tartrates and other fermentation residues line the insides of a tank at Fitapreta Vinhos int the Alentejo region of Portugal,
The view down into a freshly filled talha with a field blend of white grapes at Fitapreta Vinhos in Alentejo,
Clouds and fog hang over the mountains behind a St. Helena vineyard in Napa Valley offering lots of atmosphere and
A plastic fermentation bin, moments after it has been emptied at Anomaly Vineyards in St. Helena, California. Called “macro bins”
A row of cement tanks lines the wall of the cellar at Domaine La Réméjeanne in the Côtes du Rhône
Residue of skins and seeds coats a screen, making unique patterns after an aerating pumpover at Anomaly Vineyards in St.
A shaft of light illuminates the new barrel room at Fitapreta Vinhos in Alentejo, Portugal. Says photographer David Sawyer: “Constructing
As regular readers know, I collaborate with photographers to add some visual beauty to my weekly ramblings and wine reviews
A riot of California poppies carpets the vine rows of Kunde Winery in Sonoma Valley. With all the rains that
Sap oozes from a cut section of vine in Sonoma’s Alexander Valley. For now, most grapevines in the northern hemisphere
The rows of vineyards glow an emerald green in the light of dawn in Sonoma’s Dry Creek Valley. A heavy
The road into Santa Barbara’s Happy Canyon snakes around vineyards and a majestic oak, as vines show their winter silhouettes
The bright yellow of mustard flowers and the bright white of calcareous earth brighten a vineyard in Santa Barbara County.
Fog hangs heavy across the Salinas Valley, just above the tops of the vineyards of the Santa Lucia Highlands, which