Scenery to Enhance your Wine

Sometimes you just have to travel to taste great wine and along the way you get to take in the sights
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Windswept Inverloch Beach (South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia)

Windswept Inverloch Beach (South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia)

Most scenic cemetery in the world? Waverley, Sydney, Australia.

Most scenic cemetery in the world? Waverley, Sydney, Australia.

Table Top Mountain, Loka Peak & Pulpit Rock, Yambla Range, Gerogery at sunrise with smoke haze from Victorian bushfires 2014

Table Top Mountain, Loka Peak & Pulpit Rock, Yambla Range, Gerogery at sunrise with smoke haze from Victorian bushfires 2014

Misty valleys, near Yass, New South Wales.

Misty valleys, near Yass, New South Wales.

Electric Fence. Inverloch, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.

Electric Fence. Inverloch, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.

McLaren Vale Sunset. After a long difficult vintage it is nice to sit back and enjoy a sunset with a glass of wine. To simply soak in the scenery without worry. No more crushing to be done. Just fermenting grapes quietly bubbling away, becoming delicious McLaren Vale wine.

McLaren Vale Sunset. After a long difficult vintage it is nice to sit back and enjoy a sunset with a glass of wine. To simply soak in the scenery without worry. No more crushing to be done. Just fermenting grapes quietly bubbling away, becoming delicious McLaren Vale wine.

Dr Wall & the Queenscliff Sea Wall. Looking towards Point Lonsdale.

Dr Wall & the Queenscliff Sea Wall. Looking towards Point Lonsdale.

Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne sunset.

Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne sunset.

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