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2010 Ten Minutes by Tractor Estate Pinot Noir, Mornington Peninsula, Australia

Not sure why I haven’t written this up before. I’ve had it a number of times and it’s a super wine. I think I like it as much, if not a little more, than the single vineyard pinots. 53 more words

Australian Wine

Easter at Rye

Easter 2014 is looking a little chilly and wet on the Mornington Peninsula.

As always seems to be the case, bub no. 2 has come down with roaring temperatures and a hacking cough, just in time to be cooped up in the caravan on what is expected to be a wet and chilly Easter. 126 more words

Caravanning Journals

Bay Walk - Martha Point to Rosebud

Another 25km walk but mostly at sea level on a balmy autumn day. After going through a surreal tunnel under the marina entrance, we passed the Safety Beach Sailing Club, where lessons were in progress in charming little boats called… 94 more words

Photography

An insight to D-I-Y Weddings

Emily and Michael held their Do-It-Yourself wedding at the Briars on 21 December 2013. After their gorgeous wedding, Emily very kindly answered some questions about the D-I-Y process, which I’m sure will be of great assistance to anyone considering taking on the same role for their wedding. 882 more words

Wedding

The Vincast Episode 019 - Ed Merrison the Bonnezeaux Gonzo



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Ed Merrison has a very unique perspective on wine, particularly Australian wine. Firstly as he is a freelance journalist with an open mind, a thirst for a unique angle, and a desire to tell a story rather than simply the facts. 69 more words

Australia

Two Bays Walk Part Two

Starting with sulphur crested cockies outside the Dromana information centre, at sea level, we climbed steadily over the shoulder of Arthur’s Seat, pausing to take in the view across Port Phillip Bay towards McRae lighthouse . 62 more words

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