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Grape Vines in El Dorado County, California
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Largely overshadowed by heavy hitting wine regions in Northern California like Napa and Sonoma, El Dorado County also has a flourishing wine industry.  Here is a view of some grape vines towards the end of the summer, I think just shortly after the harvest.

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Chargée: 02/10/2012
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Tags: grape; vines; vinyard; el dorado; county; california; gold country; wine country; foothills
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