The dogs of wine

by  |  15-08-2012

Once you go around to enough wineries (anywhere in the world), you start realizing that dogs are a common element. Sure, the winery cat may pop up here and there, but for some reason, when it comes to the grapes, it’s a dog’s world. Here’s a batch of doggies from when we were traveling around for the Empordà guide: Clos d’Agon While the Clos d’Agon (or Mas Gil) wines can be pretty big in the body (and thus large in the points), this mother and son were the most playful pair you’ll ever see. Aldea de Buscarós While it looks like I posed this shot (and the lead shot in the guide is similar), I didn’t. This fellow just followed me around was practically better to get his photo taken. Who knows, he seemed to have such a good sense of the cellar, he might help out with the racking. […]
For full access, please purchase a Subscription.