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... could see. When we finally arrived at the summit (the nipple) if you wanted to continue to the top you had to rock climb….so three guesses who wanted to go up….yep Mandy wanted to stand on the top, Paul was more than happy to take the pictures! This was one of our main reasons for doing workaway, we wanted to be able to do things which we wouldn’t normally experience (apart from cleaning up goat poop) and be able to spend our free ...
... shades of blue and green, totally amazing…..so we took a load more pictures!
All in all we have had a brilliant 9 days on this site, the only real downside was the wind which gusted so strong at times that we felt that the van would get blown over! It also meant that we didn’t sleep very well for most of our stay, but I guess you can’t have it all eh?
We are now off to do our second workaway on an olive farm…..wish us luck!!!!
Swimming, sailing, wakeboarding, paddleboarding, kayaking, going to a water park, getting stung by sea anenemies, watching the locals light a massive bonfire and set off firecrackers in the street. You name it.
We had such a great time and I wish we could have stayed longer, but travelling without family and simply with schoolfriends was completely brilliant, especially in somewhere as awesome as ...
... 30% Carignan, 10% very old Cabernet Sauvignon. 16 months in new oak barrels and a year in bottle.
Rich, bold black fruits with a hint of development on the nose. Good fruit and spice and a nice length.
7. Gamberrillo Dulce 2013
100% Carignan. Very old vines and low production (200 litres!).
A blast of cassis – blackcurrants all the way with some additional dried fig notes.
The tasting was very ...
The weather has been very hot here in Maella- most days the temperature is pushing in to the 40s, stepping into the constant 18°C of the packhouse is quite refreshing! I have been spending time with the Quality Assessors (QAs) who are responsible for checking the quality of the fruit from intake to despatch. The fruit arrives in large wooden bins or smaller plastic crates on pallets. Each pallet is labelled with an invoice number and traceability code (which ...