posted by Jamie @ 12:31 PM
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Australia perhaps Eden Valley and the Hill of Grace old vines. The house being Stephen Henschke pad.
Erm, I was going to guess Australia too (just from the look of the view and architecture), and possibly also suggest biodynamic winemaking from the look of the vineyard. Alas not been there so would have no clue as to further details.
Not bad for starters. It is Australia, yes. Not Eden valley though, and not biodynamic.
Brian Croser,Tier's Chardonnay Vineyard
Jack, the vines are too old for that. Nice try, though.
Clare Valley and Wendouree perhaps?
Hmm, well maybe you have decided to move your allotment to Australia, so this is your new shed and these are the fledgling vines you intend to nurture to some level of maturity?
are they perhaps 140 year-old vines? and 140 year old shack by the looks of it too...
Clare Valley? Wendoree vineyard?Martin
Not Clare, therefore not wendouree. Right state though. Clue: the wine these vines make is fiercely expensive. Probably the most expensive in all Australia.
The obvious wine is Grange, but how about Clarendon Hills in McLaren Vale to be a little left field, therefore Roman Bratasiuk's house
These vines are not as thick or as gnarly as those at HOG or Wendouree and the vineyard is much too large to be Tiers.From the shape of the slope and the apparent age of the vines, it would likely to be in Barossa. That makes it Chris Ringland's house and the vines for Three Rivers.Paul
Paul is correct! Well done. Some good guesswork here from all.
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