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Pressing the Pinot Noir at Hoddles Creek Vineyard in Yarra Valley.
1st prize 2015.
Chardonnay being pressed and spinning down the 'juice drain' into the tanks below at Champagne Fourny in Vertus.
1st place 2018
Long valley in Ambonnay, near the vineyards, Champagne region.
Drops on the long grass in Alphington near Yarra River.
Architecture Louvre bicyclist in Paris.
Parisian neccesities. Paris 10th arrondissement.
Finally, smoking indoors in cafes and restaurants is banned in France. On this very very cold March afternoon, I was sitting in a warm and cosy café and took this candid photo thru the glass window of this chap who was sitting outside – no doubt he was well rugged up. He had to have his afternoon cigarette!
Working the soil by horse.
As Champagne moves to sustainable viticulture, herbicides are replaced by ploughing by horse or tractor. Epernay is in the background.
Forking the grapes at Champagne Petitjean-Pienne in the village of Cramant.
Late night stars in Chouilly, vineyard region Champagne.
Wide angle view of the most iconic Paris piece of architecture.
Pushing out the dry pressed pinot noir grapes out of the tank at Hoddles Creek Vineyards 2019.
The world is Champagne. An aerial view of the bubbles in a wine glass.
An aerial view of the famous Krug owned vineyard in Ambonnay called “Clos d'Ambonnay”.
Champagne from this precious piece of earth retails for about $5,000 per bottle.