Carpet bombing?

June 29, 2011

This place is in Lanzarotte – a Canary island of Spain – in the town of La Geria. The soil here is covered by volcanic ash. It’s always dry because it never rains and therefore all moisture forms only through condensation. These craters capture all moisture. They are made by men to grow grapes…

Some craters yield up to 40 kilograms of grapes, which turn into muscat with the taste very specific to this place.

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