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The beautiful inland town of Mudgee provided a much needed weekend respite from the relentless traffic and pace of Sydney.

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After a wine tasting (I am feel so grown-up now) we went for a walk to an old gold field which is now a deserted area surrounded by vineyards.

25/09/16 - After eating some lard crostini and drinking a few glasses of wine, we took a hike through a beautiful Chianti vinyard. Tuscany may be…

Did you know that Napoleon Bonaparte used a South African winery as one of his suppliers? I didn't. It was a treat to visit this beautiful estate. I laid down…

At Croft Castle, five miles from home, they have a small vineyard and each year make their own wine.
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