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Breathtaking vineyards around the world (27 Photos)

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  • Bless1

    #12- i dig it. noice wan.

  • John

    Anyone notice how on some of the vineyards there is a row of grass in between each row of vines, while area directly below the vines is barren?

    Glyphosate herbicide.

    Or at least that's just what's likely happening. If the entire ground is barren aside from the vines themselves, then it's definitely glyphosate. If there's grass growing everywhere else then they're either lazy or are opposed to the use of the herbicide, may eve be organic.

    This likely doesn't do anything to the grapes themselves, since contact with the herbicide would kill or seriously injure the vines. It just tarnishes the beauty of certain vineyards since many of them likely have a sign posted outside following a chemical treatment advising everyone to stay well outside the area that has been treated, not on account of the glyphosate, at worst it might give you cancer many years down the line, but more than likely because of the fungicide.

  • URdazed1

    Virginia? Seriously, you leave out one of te most up and coming wine locals in the world, 3rd largest outside of Cali and Washington (which is overrated, blah Chardonnay anyone?)
    Finger Lakes wine country in NY, over 100 wineries, multiple gold medal winners and zero pretentiousness.

  • URdazed1

    Virginia? Seriously, you leave out one of the most up and coming wine locals in the world, 3rd largest outside of Cali and Washington (which is overrated, blah Chardonnay anyone?), Finger Lakes wine country in NY, over 100 wineries, multiple gold medal winners and zero pretentiousness.

  • Maita

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  • terri orlowski

    #3 is so awesome!!! I would love to see what it looks like when the sun is rising and setting on that very same exact photo, do you think that would be possible? I'll check my email for a reply back, hope soon!

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