After lunch, we went to Saltram which is known for its No. 1 Shiraz.
There was a wedding going on that day.
Not only that, this place was quite packed too with people tasting and buying wine.
After that, we headed to Two Hands Wines.
No free tasting here. You have to pay, AUD5 and they will let you taste the range of wine they have and even its olive oil. You get to sit there and people will come pour you the wine and explain them to you.
The wine we tasted but I only tasted a few which I was interested, sharing with my friend because I got no intention to try more. Had been wine tasting the whole day.
Left: The wine glass.
Right: Wine portfolio.
Left: The most expensive wine and I ;p It’s 2009 Ares Shiraz (AUD165/bottle). Hmmm… To me, it’s just wine. However, it’s doesn’t suit my taste. It was a bit of let down in general.
Right: The best olive oil ever! McLaren Vale Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It’s not cheap too. AUD25/bottle. Looks like wine bottle and can be mistaken as wine if you didn’t pay attention.
Left: The two most expensive wine. Tried both. Prefer the one on the right. The one on the left is 2009 Ares Shiraz.
Right: The sweetest wine I ever had, Barossa Valley Cane Cut Semillon 2009 (AUD35). It’s very syrupy. Great for drizzling on desserts instead of just drinking it on its own. Also I think it’s great for mixing drinks too.
There you go… The journey of out food and wine tour. One more to go and that’s the end of it for now.