19 Glorious Photographs from Vineyards


As most photographers are hedonists, it only stands to reason that we love visiting vineyards – for both the beautiful scenery and to sample the wonderful produce. Vineyards provide the complete package. This collection will hopefully lend a little inspiration for what what can be achieved before a single bottle is opened!

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Photo by Renee Silverman
Photo by Chuck Abbe
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Photo by Matt Ried
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Photo by Viña Caliterra
Photo by Christian Haugen
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Photo by Emma Jane Hogbin Westby

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Rob is the founder of Light Stalking. His love for photography pushed him into building this fantastic place, and you can get to know him better here


Here is another perspective:

Castello di Amorosa (Castle of Love) is an amazing 121,000 square foot stone fortress, complete with guard towers, escape tunnels, a moat, a grand hall with colorful frescoes and massive 500 year old fireplace, family chapels, and a torture chamber furnished with a 15th century iron maiden.

The tasting room is located beneath the castle in a two-acre barrel cellar room that features 14 foot high ceilings, 40 crossed vaulted bays in old, handmade brick, and a travertine bar. In all, there are 107 rooms on seven levels

Wine Cellar, Sonoma, California: http://t.co/kOwKU0Y

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