Still no guesses!
Still no guesses!
No, it’s not Yorkshire Tea being picked
Difficult because of lack of clues in the pic but, Jura?
As no takers It’s Pic St Loup. The mountain on the left - I’ve scrambled to the top on a few occasions. - gives its name to the appellation, the one on the right (l’Hortus) to one of the top domaines.
I will say South Africa, because of the bush vines… but within that I would struggle.
Answer tomorrow Fred but at least you’re in the right country, and not too far from region…clue…listed in TWS
In that case I’ll go for Alsace & Lorraine.
In that case, Bourgogne.
This is one of my favourites. Arles, you see:
Okay, here’s mine. They do a lovely tour of the cellars, although I went often enough for the guides to start recognising me and wondering if I was just there for the post-tour tasting…
These are just a few rows of vines that line the winery’s driveway - most of their vineyards are elsewhere nearby.
That’s a lovely one, @Herbster! Love the tall trees against the vines! where is it (or are we supposed to guess)??
Ah, sorry, the name of the winery’s not quite in shot! Here it is:
Stunning part of the world. When look down upon the Bekaa you get the true sense of what it actually is: not a valley in the regular sense, more of a plateau between two mountain ranges - the top, top end of the Great Rift Valley. Also, a great escape from the heat and haze of Beirut.
My god! I would never have guessed this was in Lebanon! And Ksara, too… It’s easy to forget just how varied Middle Eastern geography can be clearly I lived away from it for too long… This is one lovely photo!
It’s a stunning country, an awful lot of scenery packed into a small space: Byblos, the cedars, Jeita Grotto, the Qadisha Valley, Baalbek…I could waffle on forever. More than anything, I loved the sense of ancient history in the Middle East - it just made Europe seem so new in comparison…!
Who makes wine from these grapes ?
Ha ha! Yes… On one of his first visits to Jerusalem my husband said “I understand ‘as old as the hills’ now!”… You really do get a sense of ancient history in the Middle East. Must be just the same feeling in Lebanon
Is that DRC by any chance?
No it has nothing to do with overtaking in F1