Spicers Vineyards Estate
Travel Blogs from Pokolbin
... a muffin & coffee in a couple of hours? Out in the middle of nowhere I grab a coffee and vegemite toast, leaving room for a sandwich later. Managed a couple of geocaches and walks around Leura including a viewing of the three sisters. Then back to our lovely studio room for a hot tubbie with an ice cold tinnie, while Janette lazed in the tin bath! Just seen the ...
... years so Pete accurately deduced. She was impressed!!
This winery is owned by a vascular surgeon so we were told and we were given a general low down of the ins and outs of the family and wine. The wines were named after daughters-in- law so it seems. Some really nice stuff and so we bought more wine to fill Joe's boot. Our host must have liked us because she gave us some complementary crystal wine glasses.
We then moved on on to the next winery - our last ...
... are now the norm? Is it right? Is it wrong? I don't know because I don't remember a time when there wasn't all this sex around!
I could go on and we could all debate this for a very long time and everyone has strong views on the matter. This is my opinion and when commenting please do not bring my personal life into this as this is not what this was for! I welcome discussion and opinions otherwise I wouldn't have written it.
Unfortunately the vineyard work here in Hunter Valley has
taken a turn for the worse. Without any warning the farmer has whittled the
group down to 10 people and it’s all made up of Italians, leaving us English
guys without work. He says he will sign
our 2nd year visa form for everyday we’ve been here which is a small
silver lining. There is a lot of farm work down south in Victoria at the moment
... wine in the past have been cost and constitution - how dirt cheap it is and how closely it resembles the taste of fizzy pop. I consequently received quite the condensed education from them. Their presence also meant the wineries had more time for us. It often took them by surprise when an informed comment emerged from the midst of our rabble.
After leaving First Creek we cycled onto Broke Road and headed to another commercial winery ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility