We hit four wineries that day but it felt like ten. Ten is a good number.
After a lovely breakfast in our pavilion we joined John and Cindy and headed to our first cellar door of the day. It was called the Artisans of Barossa, and truth be told it was really like hitting six cellar doors at once. Because this place represents six different wine producers including Hobbs, John Duval, Spinifex, Sons of Eden, Massena and Teusner. We opted for just two tastings between the four of us and embarked on a odyssey of delectable, well orchestrated wines. Thank you sir, I'll try another.
Russell and I had to take a few moments to haggle over how many and which bottles we would buy. After yesterday's Turkey Flat, Charles Melton and Rockford, the one case we designated was filling up fast. We chose a couple Grenache, assuring ourselves we'd drink a few bottles before we left, which would free up some more room.
Oh yeah, he lives here. He can ship it.
How much for the camera?