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... citrus fruits. More pear character on the palate with good minerality and a long finish.
4. C******nay 2013
Whole-bunch pressed and barrel fermented. Matured in 225l 40% new French oak for 10 months. Again, no malolactic or batonage.
Lemon yellow. Touch of butter on the nose with some vanilla and peaches. Rich, balanced and well integrated palate with cream and peaches.
5. White Reserve 2012
... going up. Finally, at the top the air was clean and the view was breathtaking. It was a great experience. I took a ton of pictures from different view points. And they got better and better as you made your way around the top of the mountain. As I made my way around I saw an animal called a Dassie. The Dassie is an African rodent found among rocky areas. Two interesting facts - is that the Dassies closest living relative is the elephant and that ...
... and a spot of lunch at a beach front cafe. We then strolled along the beach and decided that weather permitting we would come back here to sunbathe. We then drove the coast road to Hout Bay, which was a very charming harbour and small beach surrounded by mountains. We parked on the harbour and saw a small group looking down into the water. It transpired that a young lad was feeding a seal with his hands and mouth. The lad told the ...
... Wine Estate and two cheetahs.
The Turkish Anatolian shepherd, bred to protect livestock from bears and wolves, has a history of over 6,000 years in the arid Anatolian Plateau region of Turkey, an area of little rain, extreme heat in summer and cold in winter, much like parts of southern Africa. Anatolian shepherds have ...
Today we had our last actual class meeting of the trip (I think) after breakfast at the hostel like usual. We had class, then went to a Malay restaurant (I believe). It was located in the Muslim community of Cape Town. It was really cool because their houses were all brightly colored and we heard their call to prayer over the loud speakers. The food we ate was sort ...