Resident photojournalist Richard Duval continued his travels through Great Northwest Wine country through the harvest for the 2020 vintage capturing harvest and crush activities for a series of photo essays on the season. From Chelan to both sides of the Columbia River Gorge, he photographed winegrowers and winemakers focused on bringing in the fruit. Today’s column is Dispatch No. 5 – Lake Chelan American Viticultural Area.
Amos Rome Vineyard
Hard Row to Hoe Vineyards
Fielding Hills Winery
Vin du Lac of Chelan
Tipsy Canyon Winery
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Contributing wine photojournalist Richard Duval captures vivid wine imagery for Great Northwest Wine, Wine Press Northwest and other regional and national wine media. His images are found in wine marketing guides throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho and used by a growing number of wineries in the Pacific Northwest. From his studio in Woodinville, Wash., Richard creates bottle shots and captures the occasional portrait of wine personalities. His “Art from the Vine” fine art exhibit has been displayed in restaurants, hotels, wineries and wine centers throughout the region. He markets wine work, which includes a line of personal greeting cards, online via WinePix — http://www.winepix.net.