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... got the deluxe tasting thanks to their presence. One of the guys even had a Hawaiian style 'wine tasting shirt' with grapes on it (Greggles I think you need one for your collection). It turns out their neighbour was from Adelaide and they knew all about the Riverland and local wineries there. We bought a few bottles for the road, said goodbye to our new friends and headed for San ...
... by the owner's housemate. There was also a cat-- Zinnie/Zinfandel-- who was adorable.
After dropping off our stuff we proceeded to our belated Valentine's Day dinner at Carpe Diem, which was probably one of the best meals I've ever had. We started off with an amazing cheese plate and a free glass of bubbly (I found a coupon online), then split a Quack n' Cheese, which is basically mac n' cheese but with duck on top. So ...
... The photos lack any color and look like they were shot in monochrome.
The highway from Oregon wound it's way through the Redwood forest. We went through the Avenue of the Giants and camped there overnight. Our hike through the redwood forests was amazing, some of these trees are thousands of years old and so impressive that pictures can't really capture their magnificence. Driving on the secondary highways is much better than ...
... plenty of swish boutiques. We dropped into Adobe wines and tried more wine - and bought. We chatted to a couple who had spent a month house-swapping in West Hampstead. Back at the lodge I went for a swim before we met around an outside table and opened the Gewurtztraminer to celebrate the actual start of my Long Leave. We walked half an hour into town to have dinner at The Kitchen Door. Some plump chicken and decent wines. We even shared a sticky toffee pudding. The walk back was ...
... back yard for outdoor tastings. You can taste while enjoying the panoramic views of Mt. St. Helena and Calistoga Palisades, you can bring a picnic and enjoy playing bocce ball. This winery was recommended to us by the local fellow we met on our first afternoon here, a real gem. Their flag ship wine was made from an Italian grape Charbona I've never heard or tasted this and it's really different. A red wine, light like a pinot but not ...
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