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Wine for a Year: New Bottling

(continued from yesterday) So shooting outside in the high winds was a bust, and I went inside. Dáni showed me his new bottles of white Loliense blend, and I started looking for shots. I wanted to capture the magical feeling … Continue reading

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Beautiful: New Berries

Some days, you just have to go out and do something stupid. There were high winds and heavy rain predicted overnight, through the morning, into the afternoon, and even the next couple days. So I did what any sane person … Continue reading

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Wine for a Year: Raining Beauty

There is something about farmland that calls us. Well, it calls me, anyway. I’m out away from the city. I can listen to the close sounds of birds, and the quiet, distant sounds of tractors, and on this day, the … Continue reading

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Wine Hose, Balatonlelle, Hungary

Most of us, when we think about wine, think about the bottle, the crystal glasses, the barrels and vats in the cellar, maybe the grapes on the vine. We don’t often think about the complex process of manufacturing a food … Continue reading

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Caged Wine, Konyári Pince, Balatonlelle, Hungary

There is something about seeing the huge cages full of wine in a winery’s warehouse that makes me believe the world is a good place. A farmer has followed a tradition going back 9000 years or more, growing grapes, harvesting … Continue reading

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