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... of me in a helmet. But I can assure you Mum, I wore it all the way round! I am now lying in the sunshine writing this, looking up at the blue, blue sky (see photo), drinking a cuppa (no more wine for now) and just reading and chilling until it's time for dinner (I think it's sausages but that's J's department). Jealous? You should be. Jack in your jobs and come join us, we've got plenty of vino! Xx Vineyards visited: Forrest Hans Herzog Eradus No 1 Family Estate Huia Giesen Bladen Te Whare ...
Drove from Waiaka to Blenheim, a short journey, and now in wine country. Vineyards for miles. Thought we would start with Cloudy Bay. Perhaps our favourite Sauvignon blanc. Really great tasting, we arrived as a Taiwanese film crew were making a film, I think the girl who did our tasting was glad to have some easy guests. We booked to try a range of 5 of their wines, and she added a couple extra, so we could experience the ...
... shortage of it) meant that some good things were going to have to be left out and the northern end of the SI was it. And I have to say that Nelson itself is a bit of a mystery - the whole town is set next to a gigantic mud flat, where the tide goes out almost to the horizon and I can't understand how people would find this appealing enough to want to live by it. I thought that St Kilda and Pt Gawler in SA was bad with their tidal flats, but this one was a ...
... going on, as they are beginning to swing into full production in the next week or two. The wine people are all feverently hoping for dry weather to last for at least a couple more weeks, but everyone else is hoping for rain to break this drought they've had for the past two+ months.
We took a last stop at Clos Henri, a beautiful restored country church that has been converted into a winery. The building was ...
... of those lovely flavour variations in wine come from the type of yeast used. Some yeasts will give more fruity characteristics while others more floral. Dip tape (a very long measuring tape with a metal plate on the end) is used to calculate the volume of juice in the tank and then the amount of yeast required to inoculate the juice is worked out. First the yeast need to be dissolved in water at a temperature high enough ...