Scenes from a warm July afternoon in the Stags Leap District

by TrevR on July 3, 2007

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We ventured out into the heart of the Stags Leap District this afternoon to do some winetasting Stags Leap District logoand it was obvious why the Napa Valley is ideally suited for winegrowing. It was a warm, dry, sunny and bright day. There was an ever-so-slight breeze and the bright blue sky, which offered a nice contrast to the brown hills and plush green vineyards, had not a single cloud in it.

Over the next couple weeks we’ll be sharing two new reviews of our winetasting experiences, but in the meantime, here are a couple photos taken on July 3rd in the Stags Leap District.

Eastern Napa hillside taken in Stags Leap District on 7/3/07

Wine grapes growing in the Stags Leap District taken 7/3/07

[techtags: Napa, Napa Valley, wine, winery, winetasting, Stags Leap District]

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