Peppers Guest House, Hunter Valley
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Pick up arrived early. Today we had our own private driver for the four of us. Very nice driving tour from Blue Mountains to Hunter Valley. Stopped at fruit stand, had lunch and booked into our accommodations mid afternoon. Had wine tastings at David Hook winery.
This morning we had free time until our pick up at 11:30 for wine touring. Our first stop was Bimbadgen winery where we tasted 6-8 wines, generous tastings before lunch. Next stop lunch with full glasses of 1 red and 1 white served with a four course lunch. Bruschetta, antipasti plate with meats etc, Caesar salad, chicken pasta, and panne cotta and …
... deposits yielding about 2.5%. We were all waiting for rates to increase to what we "oldies" know as normal levels. I can remember interest rates being upwards of 17% back just a few years ago. These current rates were the lowest in the past 55 years in Australia. ...
After a three hour flight from New Zealand to Sydney, we picked up our rental car ( what a rip off, avoid redspot at all costs ! ) and off went towards Hunter valley. Unfortunately, by that time it was peak hour and we had to cross town. Not fun. We arrived at the hotel way after Australian dinner time so we only had a drink with some olives. To be honest we were so tired we didn't mind that much.
Hunter valley is one of ...
... we were here James recommended going to the winery and trying their award winning moscato. We trotted down and got persuaded into trying a few cheeky reds and whites too! Why not, eh!? Next up we were taken to our final winery, which was a Scottish owned winery called Capercaillie. Here a really friendly young Aussie girl took us through their wines and they had a really nice red called 'the clan'. It was really great and as Kirsty was buying some wine here I decided to buy ...