Date palms & vineyards. One of the best sights I could enjoy at the end of the #winetour
in the splendid #barossavalley
. Can you see how blue was the sky? And can you guess how perfect was the day? Because of the delicious wine, of course, but also because I was there with my bestie, there were absolute no clouds and the wine felt more like nectar than fermented grape juice (and I spotted the first wild kangaroos of the holiday!)...
Plus the food, of course, and the beautiful scenery, the different and unique styles of each of the wine makers we visited, and the incredible sunset we enjoyed at the end of the day, cherry on top of the most delicious "cake"... Oh, I can still savour that vanilla retro-taste of the (maybe six or more) types of #shiraz
we tried, or the port-like flavour of the "ripasso" cabernet sauvignon we tasted...
Sorry if I'm making you jealous - it just means that you'd go there too :) PS. Did you know? Roses are grown near vineyards to help farmers and wine makers spot any potential pests and diseases (they apparently attack roses before vines). Which means that roses are the best defence to nice wine and healthy vines... Sad and romantic at the same time, isn't it?
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