Blackbird Inn - A Four Sisters Inn
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... goes on and on until you have olive oil.
Plenty of oil tasting inside, the wine tasting bar, all young ones breasting the bar, so didn't go near that. Walked out into the orchard/vineyard; picked grapes and mulberries, so yummy fresh off the vines & tree.
Lunch stop was ...
... to rain.
We entered into a huge, empty, lavish lobby wearing jeans and sneakers, and the guy at the front desk asked what we wanted with an eyebrow raised. We said we were interested in the cheese board discount from my app but hadn't made a reservation. This is obviously something that never happens at this place because we threw the guy for a loop. He was a bit unfriendly at first, but I think he was just confused. He said that we had to make reservations, ...
... much everything, chicken carcasses included!
In a large pen behind the shed is the sheep enclosure with 8 sheep, and a small section for a female and male turkey who insist on fluffing themselves up and advancing menacingly towards us at all opportunities. Further up near the house there are a collection of hutches with bunnies, many of which have been popping babies out all over the place in true rabbit style. One of the boys is honing his escape artist ...
... interesting, the plant a plot of land with 8 varieties at harvest they harvest them all and toss them in together and what you get is their Tinto a really great wine. How most vineyards create a blend is they harvest each grape and ferment etc. when it is almost done they will mix it together much less risk in creating a good wine with this technique but you lose the real terroir feel of a wine. They also planted verdelho grapes which are typically found ...
... international date line and the equator for the first time. Elias did not take well to the relative heat and humidity (which are not bad at all) and kept trying to climb into the air conditioners, but we were eventually able to make our way through the visa line, claim our bags, navigate a hall of hyperactive moneychangers, and grab a taxi. Note to future visitors – first go to the desk where you purchase visas on arrival, then get in the visa line.