Timara Lodge

Address: Dog Point Road, RD2, Blenheim, South Island, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Dog Point Road, RD2, Blenheim, is near Bubbly Grape Wine Tours (Marlborough) and Wine Tours By Bike.
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More vineyards on a vast scale

A travel blog entry by haddons on Nov 10, 2014

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... literally have each other piggy backs then they could eat the grapes, not the idea piggies - stick to the grass! The chickens are played classical music! We also visited Withers Hills where Kate & Wills visited on their last tour. In a concession to Nia's patience with our wine sippings, we concluded the day with a visit to the handmade chocolate factory where Nia took her ...

Wine tasting here we come!

A travel blog entry by sandjtravels on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... also he negotiated with the Maori to buy the land here. On the way back we chatted with the crew and found out more information for our trip to Stewart island later in our tour, they very helpful and friendly like all the New Zealanders we have met. After a bit of lunch in Picton we decided to walk to Bob's Bay (along Queen Charlotte Sound) but before we got to the start we came across a group of Austin Healey cars. It turned out that they were a group ...

From Vine to Wine - My Job as Winery Cellar Hand

A travel blog entry by tayrae on Apr 28, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... like herding sheep. The hose has to be sprayed at the right angle to lure all the grapes into one pile.
- Cleaning tanks isn’t much fun, but singing or yelling into an empty clean tank is pretty swell. It has an enchanting echo, like nothing else!

So there it is, winemaking knowledge from me to you. Now that I’ve seen everything that goes into making a bottle of wine, I have a new kind of appreciation for this fine beverage and I love it ...

Goodbye New Zealand :(

A travel blog entry by rachel_ttw on Apr 21, 2014

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... can be used which could include egg albumin or isinglass which is fish based. This is why you might see allergy warnings for egg or fish on wine bottles. Once the wine is 'finished' the blending process begins where the winemakers must blend together different variations and amounts of wine from different tanks to create their wine range. For example, a winery might have 30 different tanks of sauvignon blanc all from different vineyards and processed in different ...

Motueka to Wharariki then Cable Bay

A travel blog entry by russandbeth on Feb 23, 2014

17 photos

... the food. Others before us had sat there but not idly. Some of the flax leaves growing high had been woven and braided.

The caravan park at Wharariki Beach, is about 1 km from the beach across several big hills and sand dunes. Russ did the trek and was nearly blown off the sheep track that winds up the hills and was sand blasted on the dunes. The actual park is in a sort of basin surrounded by the hills so the wind ...