Exploring, Viladellops Village, Vineyard

Discovering Stone Huts in the Vineyard

We’ve discovered two stone huts this week. The first one we found while hiking the property on Sunday. Obscured by the surrounding trees. Unfortunately, the roof and part of the wall have caved in. We sure would love to hear the stories of the families and workers that used them.

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The other stone hut was right in front of us but not noticeable because it was buried behind trees and bushes. In fact, there is a tree growing out of the door. We looked out at this everyday view of ours and there it was completely visible now that they’ve recently cleared all of the bushes and trees around and above it.

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Our view every day.

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A bit of zooming in and there it is.

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4 thoughts on “Discovering Stone Huts in the Vineyard”

  1. WOW – that is so cool. I love your view too. I bet it is fun to watch it change throughout the growing season for the grapes. I know I enjoy visiting the vineyards here as the seasons change. Cheers to the growing season!

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    1. There are about 25 restored stone huts in the vineyard. Yes, we love watching how the vineyard changes during the year. It is interesting to see the vines come back to life after their Winter’s rest. Cheers to more wine!!!

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