A Lingering Look at Windows ~ June

The windows challenge has now gone monthly but I invite everyone to post when and as many times as you would like. I probably will post some months more than once. But always the first Thursday of the month.

For information about this challenge please see the 2015 Lingering Windows Title Page.

This month I am sharing pictures from some of the wineries I have visited.

A trip to Charlottesville is always a pleasure. There is so much history there with places like Ash Lawn–Highland, Monticello, and Montpelier that even without its many wineries Charlottesville Virginia is one of my favorite places to visit.

Last summer I traveled to Barboursville and enjoyed the wines at the vineyard there. Their reds are my favorites and I took advantage of their “three for” sale.

Barboursville Vineyards and Winery

Barboursville Vineyards and Winery

Barboursville Vineyards and Winery

Barboursville Vineyards and Winery

These next pictures are from Cardinal Point up on Afton Mountain. It’s quite a trip from here and although I enjoyed their wines and even bought some to take home I doubt I go back.

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Cardinal Point(

Cardinal Point(

Cardinal Point(

These next pictures are from a vineyard much closer to home. I was at Miracle Valley one Sunday last year. I sipped a glass of Merlot and listened to the last set of a good band. A perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

Most recently I visited Three Fox Vineyard a nice place with okay wine (I didn’t buy any). It’s not too far but not real close either. I found it a bit cumbersome to get to and for that alone I probably won’t revisit.

Three Fox Vineyards

Three Fox Vineyards

Three Fox Vineyards

Three Fox Vineyards

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