Exploring, Vineyard, Wineries

An Evening Walk in the Vineyard

Monday evening after visiting the stone hut with the Irises blooming on its roof, we continued our walk.

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Another stone hut.

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Another plot of vines. I don’t think these are part of our vineyard. I think they belong to the neighboring vineyard.

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You can just see the neighboring winery at the top of the photo below. The white building nestled in the trees. Lots of extra stones piled up here.

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Sun starting to set as we made our way back.

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Gorgeous purple wildflowers.

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Streams of light through the clouds.

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2 thoughts on “An Evening Walk in the Vineyard”

  1. I’d love to visit your area someday-What a lovely place you live in! I am not sure, but the purple flowers look like foxglove. I love them, but they–like so many of our amazing flora and fauna–are poisonous.

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    1. Come visit! There is so much to see! I don’t think the flowers are foxglove but we do have those growing wild in the vineyard as well. From what my plant app tells me…the purple ones are Vicia villosa.

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