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Stanthorpe is a town about 3.5 hrs south-west of Brisbane.  It’s known for producing excellent wine, and being a major producer of apples and stone fruit.

For the New Year’s Eve period this year, J and I hired a cabin with another couple, D & J.  We spent a lovely three days, drinking too much wine, visiting vineyards and cooking copious amounts of food.  I will do another post outlining one of the dishes I made on the weekend, but in the meantime here are some images of our weekend.

Hope everyone had an enjoyable New Year’s, and feel refreshed and ready to tackle another year.

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  One Response to “New Year’s in Stanthorpe”

  1. [...] Dessert wines 2010 January 16 tags: dessert wine, durif, fortified wine, muscat, port, Rutherglen, shiraz, tokay, topaque by David First things first, Leah has written about the NYE weekend as well, check it out here. [...]

     

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