Five years ago we planted a small vineyard of Zinfandel grapes on our small farm. For five years, we've waited for the vines to come into their own. Though the vines are still a bit too young for the effort of wine making, they're certainly growing in their fruition. These grapes come from those Zinfandel vines that line our cow pasture where Cece, our dairy cow, spends her summers grazing grass and turning that grass into milk. Though I'm still far from an expert cheesemaker, I try my hand at it each year, hoping that the vineyard and my cheesemaking abilities will gradually come into fruition at the same moment in time. To me, this "eat and drink" represents enjoying the spoils of the present harvest while simultaneously waiting for arrival of the real one.
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