I was going to title this photo " in time we trust ".... you get the idea !!!!
I visited the most modern winery in Mendoza with an incredible new facility where they make the wine in a vertical manner, so the grapes are unloaded at the top ( say aprox. 10 storeys high )...eventually the wine arrives here for maturing & storage in the Cellar which is underground.All the wine made here is for the export market.
The winery has a lake ( with Siberian trouts that can live in the cool weather next to the Cordillera de los Andes ) a magnificent restaurant,guided tours, testing room and everything that you expect from a 1st. class winery.
I forgot to mention.... noise, temperature changes and disturbances are NOT allowed in the cellar !!!!!
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bayno (18344) 2012-03-04 6:57
like many mines to be fired ehehehe, I like the layout of the barrels, very interesting note, this shot is not easy because of the low light....
have a good sunday,
pajaran (55065) 2012-03-04 10:23
Vrlo interesantan i dobar tekst o vinskom podrumu sa datim podacima ...
Dobar snimka i prikaz, lepa fotografija.
Nadam se da ce biti dobrog vina, ziveli ...
Very interesting and good article about the wine cellar with a given data ...
Good recording and display, beautiful images.
I hope there will be a good wine, live ...
All the best.
ifege (10363) 2012-03-04 14:21
Good one Gus - well done in the tricky light.
How was the wine?
serp2000 (42096) 2012-03-08 0:54
Woooow! I'd like taste it too )))...Siberian trouts? Why not?
An interesting report, good POV and amazing geometry. It reminds me the sacred ritual halls in some religions.
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delpeoples (55094) 2012-03-10 4:26
Hola dear Gus
Time eh? I bet you took plenty of it to properly explore those amazing looking wines. Love the perspective, the wide-angle and the light management. Thanks for sharing, have a great day.
nikkitta (16802) 2012-03-12 15:47
Good capture with a good work with the light , did you like the Argentine Malbec ?
So trouts in the Andes and a lake ?
Great and informative note
Thanks for it and greetings from Buenos Aires
MJR (3360) 2012-05-15 11:53
Neat picture, for we bon viveurs. An amazing sight, so much wine 'on the hoof'.
I had heard of vertical manufacture, but have never seen one at work. But then UK does not spring to mind as a centre of oenology !
You have found a way to combine the wide angle, great depth, and overcome the gloom all at once. Bravo.
No new frame in evidence though !
Good work, keep 'em coming, Gus.
ikeharel (62989) 2012-06-10 2:46
A magnificent indoor's shot over those many wine barrels, Gus, and i wonder how you let a "clic" out if serenity is most scared there...
Fine detailed photo, vast area cover with so much wine waiting it's turn for shipping.
Have a nice week ahead,
danos (90395) 2012-11-11 1:14
nice the panoramic view of the cellar with the lot of wooden barrels full of wine to are waiting until the day of their maturity, to open.
A good idea how the interior of a modern winery is.
kato (11630) 2013-09-28 0:49
You're capturing well this winery by a good angle and excellent tone/clarity, so it's interesting and impressive to see the wine storage in underground. It's surprized to see that many wine barrels awaiting shipment are placed on the floor under severe temperature and keep a good formation.
elenimavrandoni (14209) 2013-09-29 15:35
Hello Gus, this is an amazing picture, what a cellar!!!!it looks like a very well organized winery this one in Mendoza and I'm sure the wine is awesome too..
and just to answer to your question, I only speak 6 foreign languages...
all the best