Saturday, November 28, 2009
Vast, voluptuous vats of vino shimmer under fluorescent light at Tabor Hill Winery in Michigan.
You were expecting, maybe, dusty oak barrels? Buxom, barefoot peasant women standing up to their knees in tubs of grapes? You are so cute.
Nearly all wine is made in factories these days, but it's still mighty tasty.
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P.S. I asked about those tennis-ball-sized dimples in the vats. I was told they have to do with controlling the temperature of the silos.