Vineyard outside Dry Town, California
A small plot of grape vines outside Dry Town in Amador County, California. Amador County is one of several lesser known wine-growing regions in California. The grape varietals that grow best here include Zinfandel, Primitivo, and Tempranillo. The region typically produces robust, fruity wines.
Copyright: Joe Griffin
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Uploaded: 29/05/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014


Tags: vinyard; vines; grapes; wine; amador county; california; vinticulture
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