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We actively edit this site
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Photos on the Home page banner:
- Man tending vineyard
- Red grape leaf
- Vineyard in sunset
Photos on the Singani History and More History pages:
- Banner of villa
- all photos
Information on the history of Singani
Reproduced from "Wines of Bolivia from the highest vineyards in the world", copyright FUNDACION FAUTAPO EDUCACION PARA EL DESARROLLO - Programa de Fortalecimiento al Complejo de Uva, Vino y Singani.
Information on the making of Singani
From the book "Elaboración de Singani, 1ra Edición" copyright FUNDACION FAUTAPO EDUCACION PARA EL DESAROLLO - Programa de Fortalecimiento al Complejo de Uva, Vino y Singani.
Courtesy Timothy K. Hamilton
- Photo on this page
- Be High page banner
Courtesy Molina family
- banner on the Los Parrales! page
- photo of the Kuhlmann's on Los Parrales! page
- photo of Franz Kuhlmann on Just Special page
History of the Shoofly
Is adapted from a posting by Ramon Rocha Monroy in Trancapechoboliviano, 2006, who quotes Nicolas Fernandez Naranjo author of the book "El Diccionario de Bolivianismos" on the origin of the word "chuflay".
A Singani Story
Adapted from "The aroma of Singani seduces the world", by Ramon Freixa, appearing in Catabuenvino 11:28, 2009.
Video Feeling High
Uploaded by CORRBU, a composite of photos taken in the Bolivian Andes. Music Paul Oakenfold composition derived from Carlos Vives' "Como Tu".
Photo content Just Special banner
Many of the images on the Just Special page banner are derived from a video production by Llajtaymanta, directed by Ángel Aranibar.
Photo of grilled grapes
Photo content Choro Trail
Steve Wiley - woman in sack
Heather Poyhonen - cross on trail
Rob Cairns - footbridge with loose planks
maaikevandenbos - llamas on trail
Photos alcoholic ginger beers
from SummerFruitCup WordPress blog
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