The second trip was pretty quiet at Granite Springs Winery.
Notable changes from the previous month was the beautiful fall colors throughout the county.
Here are a few shots of the winery.
While wandering through the vineyard at Granite Springs, I ran into Ruggero who owns Mastroserio Winery next to Granite Springs Winery.
Ruggero showed me around the property and gave me a little history lesson about the area. As we walked to his property, he shared his story on becoming a winemaker. It’s always great to meet people and listen to their stories. Life is fascinating.
This is his vineyard on the other side of Granite Springs Winery.
Later in the afternoon I headed over to Barnum Vineyard to hang out with Chris and his family, and to shoot the sun setting. It was a fun evening with great food, and laughter at my expense. This city boy would eventually get accustomed to the wine country way of life.
The next morning as I headed out, the vineyard was socked in with a beautiful blanket of fog.
Even though there was not much winery or vineyard activity happening, it was fun to learn about viticulture, and enjoy the beautiful landscape.