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Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – All In a Row…

Friendly Friday photo challenge hosted at Something to Ponder About and The Sandy Chronicles, delivers the theme “All In A Row” this week.

Being a wine lover, I immediately thought of all the beautiful vineyards I have visited with their endless symmetrical vines meticulously planted “all in a row”.

There is an enjoyment in wandering the back roads and discovering the secrets and traditions of boutique cellar door vineyards, where family businesses take pride and pleasure in producing award wining wines.

These wineries, both local and overseas, each with unique climates and geographical features, are all so special and unforgettable.

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Vineyards and Olive Groves in Provence, France
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Vineyards on hilltops in Dolceacqua, Italy
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Vineyards in Valeggio Sul Mincio, Borghetto, Italy
Mt Towrong Vineyard, Macedon, Victoria, Australia

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6 comments on “Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – All In a Row…

  1. Not a wine drinker myself but those Italian vineyards are spectacular aren’t they?

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  2. You “aced” this challenge, so fortunate to have visited rural Italy and France.

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  3. Bev Fothergill

    You got that wrong Lorelle! In your post about Hawkes Bay, you have got mixed up by the ‘Bay’s. Hawkes Bay grows the pip and stone fruits, Bay of Plenty grows the kiwifruit and avocado’s. There is plenty of friendly rivalry about who IS the Bay, and I can’t let you give our claim to fame to the wrong one! Te Puke is, in fact, the Kiwifruit capital of the world!

    Regards, Bev Fothergill

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