Photo of the Week | A Winery Mountain Garden

A parterre garden with boxwood hedges, ornamentals and corkscrew juniper topiaries planted over the underground wine cellar at Newton Vineyard, on the eastern edge of the Mayacamas Mountains overlooking the town of St. Helena. in Sonoma Valley, California. Photo courtesy of David Milliken.

A parterre garden with criss-crossed hedges, ornamentals and corkscrew juniper topiaries planted over the underground wine cellar at Newton Vineyard, on the eastern edge of the Mayacamas Mountains overlooking the city of St. Helena. in Napa Valley, California. Photo courtesy of David Milliken.

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