This photograph speaks to me of the balance that is every winery. Wood and steel, warm and cold, focus and blur – the balance that is required to produce this liquid art is often stilted to convey photographically. It goes deeper too. The balance between tradition and technology; the time-tested truths embodied in up-to-date trappings. This photograph with its selective light and blurred context is one I keep coming back to visit for its visual appeal – but think about in terms of how wineries strive for this balance, how we each strive for this balance, cannot help but express it and aspire to make it express the best we have to offer. It’s a balance of the inside and the out, the content and the form, the polishing to greater good.