Most wine enthusiasts visit vineyards in autumn to see the winemaking in action, but we’d argue it’s spring—when flowers are in full bloom, and when harvests are coming to maturity in the bottle—that’s the most fulfilling time to visit.
Rowland Flat, Barossa Valley, SA 2009 Finally back from the conference in the Barossa - sadly only 1 hour at each end of the day free to take some snaps. These vineyards were up some dirt road and happened to have its gate opened. It was in the region of the Jacob's Creek winery which I hear produces good wine! View On Black to taste the juicy grapes
The five row vineyard will have around 65 vines once fully planted. This year I planted around half of the vines. Keep in mind that grape nurseries will often sell out of many varieties up to one year in advance of delivery, so order your vines early. I planted