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Late harvest while the leafes show first autumn colours Vineyard next to a forest, autumn colored leafes Trailer filled with fresh grapes at the harvest Barrique storage Autumn colored vineyards around Gols View towards the winery People at manual wine harvest Sonnenmulde wine bottles Andreas and Kathrin View towards the illuminated winery at night Hillside vineyard with autumn colored leafes Sun rises through ground fog while wind turbines tower above the vineyards View of vineards starting to change leafe colours in autumn Barrique casks

Martiniloben 2010

2010-11-12 - 07:48

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Two pictures. On the left one a barrique, our cellar door with a board and the number 56, a bale of straw and some pumpkins as decoration. On the right picture a carved pumpkin, illuminated from inside.
Carved pumpkin for the Day of Open Cellar Doors.

A few days after Martiniloben the hectic rush has settled. The 2010 days of open winecellars in Gols was again a great success. Thousands of people through the products of many cellars, including the Sonnenmulde Estate’s of course.

In the cellars there were wines, other products from the region, art, culture and of course lots of tasting possibilities. Martiniloben was first held more than 20 years ago and until today more and more people are getting it’s taste every year. In the center of Gols where many cellars are directly next to each other it’s sometimes hard to get through but a short walk from there it gets much easier. The Sonnenmulde cellar is a bit off-center and at our place you can usually enjoy a quiet and interesting tasting, talking to the producers - meaning us of course - and generally have a nice time. This might only be a small hint for next year ;-)

The Golser Weinfrühling (Wines in the Spring) 2011 will be held from April the 15th to the 17th next year. We are looking forward to meeting many wine-loving visitors and while you are at our place, you can as well enjoy a walk around the all new WeinWegGols, the Gols Winetrail.

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