|turkey, arugula, apple and cream cheese, mmmmm|
|wood fired pizza with fresh basil, mmmm|
After lunch we drove up into the hills for our first tasting stop - Archery Summit Winery. The drive up was beautiful, acre after acre of grapes clinging to the hillsides, their neat rows and the shadows in between made wonderful patterns. Some of the rows had roses planted at their end, a tradition I know, but I think the practical reason is because roses are often susceptible to the same diseases as wine grapes, so they provide an early warning system for the winery workers.
|Oh Dave..... how he loves to smell those roses!|
|got to keep up|
I'm going to stop this post for tonight and try again in the morning. The computer is not reproducing pictures correctly, or maybe its the blog poltergeist again. Sorry, check in later for the rest of the winery pictures.