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Kohler and Frohling--who built the great stone winery on the vineyard called Tokay, but who built upon a hill up which other vineyardists refused to haul their grapes.
It was said that the vineyard was only his hobby; if so, he did his best to make his hobby pay.
Her real name was Faustina, and she was one of a vast family who hung out in a hovel on the inland border of the vineyard.
I had a great mind to row away to blazes with her that very night, and never go near the vineyard again, or let her either.
She looked after the cows, but there were only two of them, and brought the milk to the vineyard and elsewhere; but that was not employment for more than one; and there were countless sisters waiting to take her place.
Yes, I played the game on that vineyard, Bunny, even to going my own first name.
The shutters of that old place were six inches thick, and the walls nearly six feet; that was on the Saturday night, and the Count wasn't expected at the vineyard before the following Saturday.
That's better than any hold, Bunny, and I did splendidly on oranges brought from the vineyard.
It was broad, and smooth, and white--handsome and in perfect repair, and shaded on both sides for a mile or so with single ranks of trees, and also with luxuriant vineyards.
But, in three hours travelling, the scene was wholly altered; we came into a most beautiful country; farmers' houses, at small distances, neatly built; the fields enclosed, containing vineyards, corn-grounds, and meadows.
In the bottle the acids were long ago resolved; the imperial dye had softened with time, as the colour grows richer in stained windows; and the glow of hot autumn afternoons on hillside vineyards, was ready to be set free and to disperse the fogs of London.
Coturri & Sons Grenache 2004, Testa Vineyards, Mendocino County, California; $19.
And what a treat to sip it here in MacGregor Vineyard.
Of course the real devil is far away from this vineyard, but the man in a costume will hopefully charm the tourists enough to buy a bottle or two of wine at the vineyard's shop.
The proportions of these various substances greatly depends on weather at the vineyard during the growing season, says Gregory V.
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