There's a lot of great photographic subjects at wineries. Here's a few shots I got while visiting some vineyards in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York recently.
First, the classic giant barrel shot. You see these a lot at wineries. This isn't a great image, but it's interesting just because of the size of the barrel itself (it fills the frame), and the sunny autumn setting:
Next I've got some nice shots of grapes. Grapes are what it's all about at a winery, after all. I wish I could tell you what variety of grapes these are, but they weren't labeled. I'm sure they'll find their way into a great bottle someday though.
Anyway, here's one shot...
...and here another, which I think is slightly better...
All this makes me want to go open a nice bottle of Chardonnay.