Tuesday, 2 March 2010

ABC Wednesday - G

Grapevines

Growing in the McLaren Vale in South Australia. I took these pictures last November.







We called at a few cellar doors and always enjoy a glass of the finished product.

ABC Wednesday is hosted by Mrs Denise Nesbitt and her team. For more letter G subjects - click here.

15 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Always love visiting the vineyards and tasting the end product! Great word for the day and I love your pics! Have a great week!

Sylvia

Tumblewords: said...

Great grapes!

Jama said...

I've never been to a vineyard before, thanks for sharing these pictures.

Stan Ski said...

Australian wines are really good - and affordable.

Von said...

Very pleased to hear you like our local products and visiting wineries.SJA I'm betting you went to Wirra Wirra or Leconfield?
Your top photo looks very much like the block alongside the old railway line, now a walking trail.
Your second photo shows the hill I live on! The joys of travel and the net!!!

Pam said...

I've never done a vineyard but would love to tour Napa Valley in California. Thanks for the pictures - might just inspire me! X

Gilly said...

I love Australian wine - interesting to see it growing!

Cezar and Léia said...

I need to confess that I also love Australian wine, it's wonderful!
Great pictures, it's so nice to see all in green!
hugs
Léia

Manang Kim said...

Wohoo that is so lovely photo. A glass of wine is terrific! Happy Wednesday.


G is for Gold

Mara said...

How many are "a few"? :)

joo said...

I'm sure it was fun! I would enjoy glass or two as well:)
Lovely photos, by the way!

Jay said...

Vineyards always look such peaceful places, and yet there must be so much work to do with the vines to keep them healthy and productive.

Lovely pictures - especially the second one!

lv2scpbk said...

Nice photos. On behalf of the ABC team, thank you.

Roger Owen Green said...

New York state is a great grape growing place. I like your photo.

SquirrelQueen said...

I love it when the vineyards are green and lush like that. Our valley is a large producer of wine, there are vineyards on almost every corner it seems. They are fun to tour.