~ a gardening and allotment notebook
Now don't they just look a treat - seems a shame to eat them!
Gorgeous colours. Keen to know how they taste.
They look delicious, a great haul.
Mmmm, they look good. What a great harvest!
Wonderful harvest. Are they sweet?
They look tasty, tasty, very very tasty!
I was reading in the S.Times recently about local people in Cumbria bringing all their home grown grapes to a central collection point and wine being made from it. Each contributor got 'paid' in wine according to their contribution. This made it the northernmost wine-producing part of England. I am sure there will be Cheshire wine too...
What a great harvest Anna. Will make a tasty addition to a cheese board I'm sure!Jeannex
Perfect title as I've just got back from a short break in Bordeaux which is my favourite city. Those grapes look in good nick. The September sunshine saved the French 2014 vintage following a poor summer.
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