Sunday, January 6, 2019

Ox-Eye Vineyards Page

Back to "Virginia Under Vine." Here's the page for "Ox-Eye" Vineyards, in Staunton, a city in mid - Shenandoah - Valley Virginia. This arched passageway once was part of a railroad stop where freights were inspected. The wine tasting room is upstairs. Their vineyards are elsewhere, but not in an urban area. This yellow-painted office building is a historic relic of Staunton's mercantile and industrial heritage. The name of the town is pronounced "Stanton" rather than "Staunton" and no one knows why.

Photoshop composite, 8 1/2" x 11", December 2018 - January 2019.

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