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2010 Pinot Noir
Banjo's Run is a family owned and operated vineyard
situated on Sally's Corner Road in the beautiful town of
Exeter in the NSW Southern Highlands. Bill & Robyn
Hall purchased this 100 acre property with 12 acres of
mature vines in 2009. With the help of other local
vignerons and winemakers, Banjo's Run has produced
award-winning wines in their first year of production.
Banjo's Run grapes are hand picked to ensure the finest
quality grapes are used to create our wines.
We pick from mature vines grown in fertile basalt soil in
the cool climate of the NSW Southern Highlands.
The light Ruby Red colour compliments this firm fruit
structured pinot noir that has great length and cellaring
potential. The palate is luscious and full flavoured.
"A perfumed nose of cherry and raspberry aromas,
along with plum and spicy oak make this wine a perfect
representation of a pinot noir."
Alcohol content is 12.7%
2012 Bronze Medal -- South Coast Wine Show
Char-Grilled, Game & Big Rich Casseroles
At the vineyard by phone appointment.
Please call Bill on 0408 228 724 or 0416 038 724.
212 Sally's Corner Road, Exeter
P 0408 228 724 E email@example.com
Sutton Forest Estate Wines
Sutton Forest Estate Wines is a second generation
Italian family owned property in Australia's newest cool
climate region, the Southern Highlands of NSW. Our
exclusive premium wines are produced from our sandy
loam soil vineyards which were part of the historic
'Black Horse Farm,' well known back in the 1830's as
the 'Black Horse Inn'.
Pinot Noir is a fine example of the cool climate wines
found in the Southern Highland wine region. The 2010
Pinot Noir Three Daughter Reserve is our award winning
wine from the South Coast 2012 Wine Show. It was
made with the best hand picked grapes from our high
altitude vineyard. Alcohol content 12.8%.
Elegance and intensity were the marquee in this wine
where patience was essential to marry the French and
American Oak for 18 months. A loaded and circular
palate engaged with a long velvety body, red cherry,
game and chocolate aromas are present in conjunction
with hints of spicy oak.
This wine would be best served with red meat dishes,
duck turkey, roasted mutton and Italian cuisine.
21 Blackhorse Lane, Sutton Forest
P 0404 870 419 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Cow Farm
Award winning Small Cow Farm cheese has been
handcrafted on the farm in Robertson since 2005.
Fresh Highland milk is used in the making of these
cheeses. The PetitVache Brie style has recently won
Silver at the Sydney Royal Fine Food & Dairy Show. It's
characteristics are smooth and creamy mouth feel with
mushroom to braccia flavour notes.
Small Cow Farm cheese is available at selected
specialty cheese stores, farmers markets, produce
markets. PLUS you can order online and find
information on cheese making courses, special
events and news by simply visiting the website
In 1987, Dr Noel Arrold, a microbiologist took over
the disused railway tunnel between Mittagong and
Bowral and proceeded to develop new mushroom
varieties for the Australian market. These Exotic
mushrooms thrive in the cool, damp and dimly lit
environment of the tunnel, which resembles the
conditions that occur in the mountainous forests of
China, Japan and Korea.
Varieties include Swiss Brown, Shiitake,
Oyster, Shimejii, Wood Ear, Chesnut, Oyster,
King Brown and Nameko
Available locally at Highlands Fresh in Mittagong
or Anchors', Bowral. Also in Sydney at the Good
Living Growers Market.
P.O. Box 433, Bowral
P 02 4871 2879
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