Nov 19, 2008

Delfino Vineyard

Not only do our local vineyards grow grapes that make wonderful wines, they also put on a spectacular show of color after the harvest. The show doesn't last long. A few days after I got this shot, I went back to get a few more shots and the color was gone. Only vines with dead leaves remained.

Delfino is a fairly new vineyard. They produced their first wine in 2006. Check out the Delfino Vineyard website here

Delfino Vineyard

11 comments:

  1. les couleurs sont magnifiques, cela fait un drapeau.

    the colors are beautiful, it's a flag.

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  2. The colours do look great. Here in South Africa they grow grapes in the Western Cape. Most of it in the Boland very close to Cape Town. Unfortunately I live way too far away for me to be able to just go there for photo's at any time. I would still like to take nice fall pics in the vinyards.

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  3. Love the different grape leaf colors. My eating grape leaves in our back yard are pretty dull and tan now. Before long they will just be twigs.

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  4. Grapevine color is short lived, to be sure. Glad to see you snagged a shot of their beauty.

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  5. Fantastic photo, Faye! Gorgeous colors! I would love to be there seeing this beauty personally!

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  6. how beautiful. too bad these colors don't grace the land a bit longer!

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  7. wow! that is amazing colors, were are they located i have not heard of them

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  8. Oh whoa! Incredible shot... what a fantastic capture of the intense colors!

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  9. i had no idea that leaves in vineyards change colors too.....i would have loved to snap some myself here at local vineyards....

    beautiful array of colors!!!!! :)

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  10. Like Moi, I had no idea that the leaves in vineyards changed colour - duh! This is beautiful, with those layers of colour..

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  11. Faye, the colors are beautiful! Do they make good wine?

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