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"barossa valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:54 min | 4 d ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Mostly we're in the fifties around Southern California. Right now, Downtown L A has 55 out of the airport, Ellie exits 57, 7, 17 and KNX fears of another surgeon covert 19 patients hitting l, a county hospitals or receding, Given the huge numbers of new cases we saw after the holidays, officials had been bracing for the possibility of another wave of patients flooding into already overwhelmed hospitals, which could have been disastrous. We were very worried. Through last week that we might still see a substantial increase in new hospitalizations associated with transmission in the community around the New Year's holiday. Dr. Roger Lewis is the director of covert 19 hospital demand modeling for the county at this point The data suggest that a substantial surge in hospitalizations from transmission around New Year's is unlikely to occur, although we are seeing continued increase in community cases, reflecting the transmission that did occur at that time hospitalizations have been dropping since peaking two weeks ago, but they're still really high with ICU bed shortages expected for weeks to come. Claudia Pests que ta ke annexed in 70 NewsRadio 7 18 2.5 years after one of the worst mass shootings in this nation's history, the Bordeaux wine Bar and grill 1000 looks is being turned down. 12. People were killed when a gunman opened fire inside that establishment in November of 2018 families of those lost and of survivors still stop by from time to time just to mourn. But the borderlines owner told the Acorn that his lease is expired and that the landowner says he needs to protect the property. So he's moving quickly to demolition. So far. No date, however, has been set. Later this morning. One Southern California track plagued with a high number of horse deaths will try again to get a yearlong racing license. Salome this track is resubmitted its application to hold race events through December 21st of this year. At their last meeting, California horse Racing Board commissioners denied low Saleh one year racing license instead of proving only six months. So that in June, they could assess the safety record of the track and perhaps approved the racing license for another six months. Last year, at least 20 horses were fatally injured in race events at the track that leads state regulators with the horse racing Ward to require so called steward to oversee veterinary practices at LaSalle Craig figure can extend 70 News radio and the Barossa Valley says he's fed up with SoCal Edison for Shutting off the power to residents over and over again during high wind events, and I hated letter, Keith Mashburn told his residence that see me. Valley always has high winds way before Edison began providing quote, electrical distribution. My friend says the until itty hasn't respect for the city. So he's meeting with Edison officials tomorrow to discuss what he calls their reckless behavior. 7 20.

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"barossa valley" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

08:56 min | 2 months ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Cheryl Alters Jameson. Thanks for spending part of your Saturday afternoon with us. And today the US includes Daniel Alvarez was a chef from here in the states. But she's in Australia these days, and she works for the restaurant called Friends. He's executive chef, and she has a brand new book. Always add lemon. Dan you Congratulations on the book. This is your first book, right? Yes, it is. It's so exciting. Thank you so much Great. Well, even before we get into the book, what led you into the world of food? You grew up in a food loving family. I mentioned. That's right. Yeah, you know, but no one working professionally in kitchen, So I think that was a bit of Ah. A jump for me. I think it was just one of those things that I was constantly thinking about. I had a desk job for a little while and I was constantly dreaming up what I was going to cook over the weekend or any time off on by that led me to Enroll myself in culinary school, which I did in Florida. And then from there, I moved to California. So I got an internship with the French laundry, which was super exciting. That was my dad's restaurant job, Terry. I mean the start. Yeah. French laundry, You know, travel, including at the top. Yeah, I think I was. I was really scared then, and I probably had every reason to be, and I didn't even know it. Um, And then, after that, I works at a few other, You know, really beautiful restaurants in San Francisco on then, ultimately, in the US that my last stop was shaping knees and I spent four years there and I just loved it. Well, I just can't do better than being in Berkeley at Chez Panisse, Alice Waters that seminal restaurant and and I did love that it was David Tanis, who was the chef at the time. The executive chef Of working for analysts at the time that you went to work there because he had a very storied career here in the Santa Fe area, and lots of people know his name from his time here before, you know, went on to say ponies and Paris and back and forth between those two on New York now, yes, right. And he writes his column for The New York Times. And Yes, so anyway, he's a good one to have had in the kitchen with you. You have a story about my only in your book that I thought was, Yeah. David That told you could you pass that on to people? Yeah, well, it was one of like the first house. Um, you know, too, that I had to make in the kitchen and everyone has kind of subtle, little different ways of how they make aioli. But David was really staunch that you know, I only is garlic, oil, salt and nothing else. So you know, you actually don't have a little bit of lemon into that. I mean, sometimes I do now. Don't tell him but he really wanted it to be just its purest form. And what you're using Good olive oil like we did in the restaurant. That was perfect. And it made me realize. Like you really don't need to add anything else s O. That was one of the first lessons that I learned from David. Keep it simple. Keep it simple. That's his mom's ever so, yeah, and foreign I only you want to use a really kind of a mellow olive oil. Not one it has. Yeah. You tell that she knows that Pip peppering nous, right? Nothing too peppery. Nothing that like hits you in the back of this throat too much, but something kind of fruity her milder around her. But it just makes the most delicious thing. And one of the things I love to do is in the summer time to make a really just gorgeous credit Tate parade with annihilate like that, And it's just stunning. That sounds so good. Yeah, I've already ready for summer to come back. It will be nice to have high. I know you didn't finish is something I know you're just going into it that so That's right about it. Being a completely different time Was it when you first moved to Australia to have things like you know, having you're not celebrating an American Thanksgiving in your restaurant? Probably. But you may still yourself with friends or something. But that and all that to be mid summer instead. Of winter. It's so weird. I think that's probably one of the things that makes live. I mean, I love living down here, but it's one of the things that really pulls at your heartstrings because they just giving is such a beautiful family event, you know, and everyone has their own traditions. And we always didn't really beautiful Thanksgiving and unfortunately here, it always falls on a Friday because it's Thursday in the U. S, and I usually don't celebrate it. On Christmas in the summertime is odd, although I did grow up in Florida, so it was always quite summary there. That is different. Yes. Where Palm trees and all of that for Christmas, right? You have some experience with that. All right, Well, OK, tell us about Fred's a little bit. Yes, So for we opened about four years ago, and I was brought over to run the kitchen there and design the restaurant, So we have this crazy kitchen that's literally in the middle of the dining room. Um, big, wood burning fireplace and a wood burning oven. So it's all very theatrical, but we're cooking really simple food. My goal was always to have Um, you know, break down the literal and figurative wall so that people could see the food as it was being made. We don't do anything too tricky and and this is Hopefully, the cooking that you'll see in the book as well. It's all straightforward, fresh flavors about heightening ingredients. We don't try to do anything. All that Known to the two ingredients. You know, we take a lot of care to source really beautiful ingredients from small local farms, not area, and we just want to prepare them simply and to make sure that you get That's something to this just on your plate. Lovely, like Sydney is such a great restaurant city. It's been some years since I've been over there. Now. I guess it's has probably been 15 years at this point time is flying. But oh my goodness. The restaurant business of the foods and the emphasis on seafood and only I love too and since right Strong Asian influence. And so much of the food. Oh, just so many interesting things about it loved eating through there. And, of course, then you have all that great wine that's coming from. Yeah. Lots of video, Barossa Valley and a lot of other places, you know? Yeah, it was a fun thing to visit. So what led you to decide to write a book? You young thing? My no. Well, you know, I think, um, I have so many lessons that I picked up along the way. And I think I wanted to find a space in the book for, um you know, the cook that was feeling like they were ready to do. A bit more in the kitchen, like there's super simple recipes in the book that are straightforward and easy to follow. And then there's also recipes that I think could really speak to people that love being in the kitchen. I really want to spend more time developing their skills a little bit, and perhaps trying something a little different on guys just wanted to share a few of those lessons, not least of all, which is to always add lemon, which is what one of my tips around just bringing for freshness. Food. Oh, well. I loved that that that is the title of the book, And it's subtitled Recipes. You want to cook and food You want Todt and really liked your your emphasis on? Yeah, these air simple things, but they they're for people who want to spend time in the kitchen and I get so sick and tired of so many books of act like We want to get you in and out of there as fast as possible. You know, we know that that Z It is incredibly enjoyable and it's tactical. That's sensible, and it's just downright fun. And I love people. Well, I 100% agree with that. So you get it all right, well, Daniel Alvarez is a chef who was born in Miami. She's my guest today as she is coming to us from Sydney, Australia, where she is the Chef executive chef of Fred's Restaurant. We're talking again about her new book, Her first book, It's a beauty called, Always Add Lemon. You can get it here in the States now and anywhere that fine books are sold. Anyway. We are, let's see, gonna be talking more about the recipes in here and what makes the book unique in just a second. You're listening to talk. 12 60. Katie RC. Where? Santa Fes news talk leader. He can always find us at 12 16 103.7 as well as podcast and live streamed at Santa calm..

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"barossa valley" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"But you know like it could be real estate or it could be wine. Like you know, what's what's the best bottle of wine going on out there for less than 20 bucks off of useful. Look at really depends. I drink all sorts of wine. So really depends on what your taste is, but I think the one that you enjoy is the best one for me. Most of my ones are memories their memories of places. I've been to and people that have given them to me. So for me I opening a wines opening a memory. So that's how I've always done. I don't drink on my own. I always habe one to shed thing for me. So yeah, but I reckon under twenty bucks. I don't think you can go past a good Grenache from Barossa Valley. So I think you can get kaleskes Clarys. Yep. Same program that $20 Mark absolute cracker wine. I've not had a bad review on that even on red wine drinkers like that one. All right. Well ladies Friday some of them weight down the Bottle Shop. Yep. Yep. I actually have regularly get clients. Send me photos of wine list and restaurant or they send me photos of bottles of bottle shop and ask to my recommendation. So that is not service. I do offer and Anna valuable one at that as a general. I generally don't order wine sort of animals on the labels. Yeah. Okay. That's a good rule. I'm off to try that one, too. Yeah, absolutely must McGill. Thank you so much. No problem. Thanks for that. We hope you enjoyed this episode of elevated from Elite agent to download your written action guide from this podcast containing extra tips links and shortcuts. Visit Elite agent long wait. Com..

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"barossa valley" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on WTOP

"Israel under a second lock down due to the Corona virus, Large gatherings are banned. The lock down is very sad for all of us to not be with our family makes the holiday feel Just a bit empty, but Jews dip apples and honey in the hope of a sweet New year and better times. Robert Burger CBS NEWS Jerusalem Shana Tova, It's 3 42. When it comes to wine, there are special grapes some aficionados crave. And then there's a much loved workhorse wine that shows up in all kinds of blends. It's grown ash And w T o p. WINE columnist Scott Greenberg joins us Live to talk about its versatility. Well, hello, Mr Greenberg. Hello, Miss Howard. How are you? I'm good. Personally, I like to nosh on its own Scott. It's kind of my go to wine. What makes it so special? That's why you're my favorite Hillary. What makes it so special is its just so darn versatile. You know, it's no mostly as a blending variety, but on its own, it can really shine. I think it's a perfect transition wide a little bit like that Last bullet hole mill in Goldilocks. Not too big. Not too little. It's just right. So if folks have 20 bucks to burn Scott, there's a Spanish Granada You like. Oh, yeah, The 2018 Qu okra, Nash, old vines. Now get this. It displays beautiful Roma's of cherry and strawberry on the bouquet and lush, silky flavors of raspberry, strawberry and jammy red Berries on the palate that just keeps building and deepening throughout that finished With only $15. Nice blend from Francisco to Rome to write kind of the home of Granada. The 2018 Risto caught your own prestige, charming blend of grenades to remove Edra aromatic who can't black fruit, little licorice and cocoa on the nose. It's the flavors of right. Blackberry raspberry smoked me that build up on the front of the time. It's just really nice. He's got a touch of black pepper. Black Richard Licorice on a juicy finished just keeps coming back for another sip, and it's only $20 well and quickly. I've had this next wine. It's a It's a Tor Beck tell us about it. Love this one. Australian winemakers just love playing around with the 2017 Tor Breck Juvenile GSM from the Barossa Valley of Australia. It's a fun blend of Granada. Sure, as or we know it is Sarah and move Edra. And I love it. It's got this wonderful aroma Violent Black Cherry Blueberry Jam, and then again, you get these luscious flavors of Cherry cola, black raspberry and licorice that just build upon a medium bodied frame..

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"barossa valley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:36 min | 4 months ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The globalist on multiple twenty four with me too routine and it's time to talk urbanism with Monaco Very. Nick money's he's acquired some facial has since the last time wasteful unique. Yeah. Just a fairy I believe it was it was meant to be a lockdown thing but obviously, things are a little bit less lockdown kind of taken a liking to it but. I think girlfriend has final sign her voice still undecided. So maybe a couple of weeks left maybe we'll say. Let's talk about Europe. European Mobility Week. Yes. So your favorite wake and more starting next week. Your mentality wake. So essentially, cities and towns around the continent I think about two thousand a registered so far invited to take part boy trialing a host of different I guess mobility options that promote sustainability within the cities and I think that they registered different actions. So there's about five hundred whether that's taking encouraging your employees to take the bus to work by giving them a stipend or encouraging people to. Ride to work with their neighbors, low sorts of things. But my favorite that I've seen so far is is the Germantown of Bamberg who are offering ritual rides to their seniors which I think is is lovely loading up in Kaga blocks and riding around the town Pas I. Think's really really nice absolutely meanwhile, in Dallas rental scooters are no longer. Yes. So last Friday, The Dallas transportation director, Mark Rogers by told. And jump who all operate within the city than to pull a screwed us from the streets. Look, I'm going to come out here inside annoy is mixed opinions abroad can't stand them. So I was very happy with the with this decision but. I think I think what he pointed to was the fact that and what what many critics have pointed to is the fact that they create clutter on foot partner and so I walked. So I I don't think the issue necessarily is with with scooters themselves. I. Think they're incredibly helpful for conquering that last model especially in hot places like Dallas you know what you've got that Texan. Heat and and maybe walking a mile is unpleasant. Yeah. Like I said, I think the issue is with docking them and perhaps a solution which I haven't seen rolled out yet is just cra- docks so that people can get rid of the don't get rid of them responsibly and also don't ride them on the pavement. Oh my gosh. I nearly what taken out by one the other way. I turned into my mother nearly always wrote. Angry. Shouting at ski touring cyclists. It is dangerous. So I think this is the whole thing where it's like we do need sees to to step in and there's an absence of legislation around the first but I think we do need acknowledge that city hall should manage straightened sidewalks in that two important applying. Let's go to your home. Country Australia. So we're going to jump ahead jump down under sorry of law I. Guess He content that at the moment eight but basically a, and this is a rural story but I think it has been implications which which is why I wanted to bring it up. So essentially a massive, the Barossa Valley, which is outside of Adler there's been a massive hotel of fifty million dollar twelve story hotel with with sky that have been proposed in this rather. Flat rural landscape, enormous tower, and it. It's a completely out of form with with landscape that it sits in and and basically a group of neighbors were invited to comment by the local council and just absolutely slammed understandably with some neighbors even taking the council itself to the Environment Resources and Development Court just purely because how out of touch this development is and I think the lesson here and what I wanted to point to two facilities to. It's a reminder and a lesson that the the way we the things that we bill the way that we build needs to reflect the the environment that that Internet should look to enhance it rather than detract from I mean this building this proposed building is for a winery they want to kind of tell the story of the wine retrieve the building. Now, I completely see why that Gina because I in a in a neighboring region in mccaren Vale, you have a wonderful tower there which is done by the darn bag wind dynasty in it's the it's it's really bizarre. Kind of keyed the Durham Bug Cube and it tells the story of the wandering, and then if you look further ahead at say David. Welch in Tasmania again, he's built this whole Museum of old and new art but again, centered on his winery on grapes, it's meant to be essential kind of exploration of so see where they're going with it but looking at the the the the plans does look just. So out of place is this curbing Barf Illich form and I think, I, think the other thing that was interesting and you point to the Museum of the new art in in Tasmania the. said that he wanted this to be the Opera House for for this for this region but I think the the key differences, the Opera House is a civic building. Museum. Talking about whereas this is a private home and get permission not will. Maybe. Juries out right now at the moment the council of said that they're gonNA hold and white until at least I've gone through record. Yeah. Yeah. Really really interesting story and I expect that we'll check back with you on at a later date as we will with your own personal facial furniture. Yeah. Look and and and like I said we've got about two weeks on it. So we'll see what happens I mean I'm a big fan of temporary architecture. You could view this as a temporary installation of sorts temporary architectural installation on my face if we if we want to keep it on brand. Name Denise. Thanks very much. Indeed. This is the cleverest. Twenty Four..

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"barossa valley" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

AFF on AIR Podcast

06:36 min | 8 months ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

"Not to prison. And VEX trains, not running it. so we had to cancel that trip as well so. Once everything's open, who be looking at taking off some of the places industry that are on the bucket list, but we haven't got to get. Your and this I've got a few as well. We in Longreach, I believe the Qantas, founders museum, there is currently closed, but it is reopening on the first of July which is good news and I have been to that museum. It's really it's excellent. They've got an old QUANTA seven four seven A. Whole Bunch of old planes. They've got Qantas Memorabilia history about the airline found really fascinating in and Warwick visit if you looking at making a trip somewhere up in Queensland, A few places I'm particularly looking forward to going to Australia would be physically the Barossa valley in South Australia once once that reopens is some really good wineries they're. Also poured Stevens in New South. Wales is just without north of Sydney I find, it's a really pleasant place to go for for a little break. Nice beaches there. All that kind of thing. and otherwise Lord Howe Island is also some way that I particularly have enjoyed older that that it is New South Wales. It's an island. Kind of in between Australia New Zealand it's. It's not reopening just yet. They I believe this close. Have you been to Lord? Howe Island No, I haven't met and. I did look at doing. Lord Howe Island up Oh bed to eight months ago because 'cause said some award seats Avowal. By the way if anybody's thinking have. Paying for the ticket is just to renders. You need to be all defined. seat. The other thing that can be an issue with Lord all these the. Length of the runway and the weather conditions could mean that the can't they? Flights out there often canceled. And most accommodation places out the April charge you the first night as a cancellation fee. Despite the fact that you? You couldn't count because the goes. The flight being canceled because the other thing is. If you get out there and then the flights to come back canceled, you could end up at the all few extra days with what are not the cheapest accommodation rates anywhere or be so. Can have it does have its challenges, but met told me it's a beautiful place. Absolutely it's it is difficult to get. Two flights are expensive that if he can get using quotas pointing, it's Pretty Valley eight thousand points from Sydney or poem. Corey belief a twenty but yeah, it's absolutely beautiful. There's any four hundred people living on the island. It's it's basically it's a deserted paradise. It's such amazing nature You can go snorkeling. It's nice beaches hiking. It's it's really it's a natural paradise. Say wants a does Vieira indefinitely somewhere that will be hoping t get back to the other than that I'm also going to be looking at traveling more new. South Wales at least in the next few months, While while New South Wales is open. Now, FELICIA TRAVEL AND There are currently a few flights available. Qantas is going to be putting on more flights from next month, but I've I've just done a trip on on the train? just from Sydney up to coffs harbour, and that was. That was quite a pleasant trip. It was long bit nice scenery and things to look at, and I know that yesterday Qantas and virgin both introduced new new covid nineteen policies way they no longer really using social distancing on flights. They are trying to separate people around the airports, but on the flights they. They are no guarantee Volk, middle seats, and if you compare that to what they doing on the on the roadways, with new, south Wales train link, they do not allocate anyone in the seat next to you, but they also want allocate anyone in the in in the row in front of you behind you or in the states across the aisle from you said is basically only one person in each in a kind of a staggered configurations. That means if you do want to travel by train is actually quite easy to say sensing and and and quite safe. I'd say another another way of course to get around without flying is Bhai by driving and James. There are some quite good deals on rental cars at the moment. Especially one way rentals year there there are met and that's. What are we going to do to get from Ellis? I'm sorry from lie. DALLAS, Springs Using a company called. A mover, but there are a number of others including vroom vroom broom broom transfer Kaz a rental car, really cash. Rental Cavalry locations I should say. And basically. For example for ELA springs. They don't have brittle cows at in the height of summer. Because most people don't get too hot. So at the beginning of the season and the end of the season. They have caused a need to move from Adelaide to say L. Springs. and rather than pay somebody to do it. They offer the cat. You would've reasonable price, so our was far dollars. A night led six nights from Alison. Sorry for to Alice, and that seem like a reasonable deal. Now Account Actually Guarantee Babb guarantee that it's great and account. Recommend them because it was all canceled. For say is that. The South Australian state government closed the border I think on the Friday night. And the refund four refund with no fees was in my. I'm account on the Monday morning and I got an email from him on the Sunday. Say That our processing the refund so. He can't complain about that when you compare it to some of the law and the only thing I have seen about the companies that if you turn up. To pick up the Karen, you got to different credit card than you paid for it. Then you probably won't get the cab in a lot of rental car. Companies will do that so just something to keep him on those of us who tend to burn journ credit cards. You want to hang onto the one that you book the car. And it's it's a win win because I mean. The the the current companies obviously have seasonal demand, different places and need to move around. Say It's one way to do that without without causing middle, so you can get some great deals and I've had a look days. Deals also available from Perth debris. There's deals all around New Zealand as well once to New Zealand opens up and leave. y'All say found one in Canada which is quite interesting. Yeah, I did one was from. Hell affects to Vancouver. WAS Ten dollars a night. You're allowed. 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"barossa valley" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

AFF on AIR Podcast

06:36 min | 8 months ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

"Not to prison. And VEX trains, not running it. so we had to cancel that trip as well so. Once everything's open, who be looking at taking off some of the places industry that are on the bucket list, but we haven't got to get. Your and this I've got a few as well. We in Longreach, I believe the Qantas, founders museum, there is currently closed, but it is reopening on the first of July which is good news and I have been to that museum. It's really it's excellent. They've got an old QUANTA seven four seven A. Whole Bunch of old planes. They've got Qantas Memorabilia history about the airline found really fascinating in and Warwick visit if you looking at making a trip somewhere up in Queensland, A few places I'm particularly looking forward to going to Australia would be physically the Barossa valley in South Australia once once that reopens is some really good wineries they're. Also poured Stevens in New South. Wales is just without north of Sydney I find, it's a really pleasant place to go for for a little break. Nice beaches there. All that kind of thing. and otherwise Lord Howe Island is also some way that I particularly have enjoyed older that that it is New South Wales. It's an island. Kind of in between Australia New Zealand it's. It's not reopening just yet. They I believe this close. Have you been to Lord? Howe Island No, I haven't met and. I did look at doing. Lord Howe Island up Oh bed to eight months ago because 'cause said some award seats Avowal. By the way if anybody's thinking have. Paying for the ticket is just to renders. You need to be all defined. seat. The other thing that can be an issue with Lord all these the. Length of the runway and the weather conditions could mean that the can't they? Flights out there often canceled. And most accommodation places out the April charge you the first night as a cancellation fee. Despite the fact that you? You couldn't count because the goes. The flight being canceled because the other thing is. If you get out there and then the flights to come back canceled, you could end up at the all few extra days with what are not the cheapest accommodation rates anywhere or be so. Can have it does have its challenges, but met told me it's a beautiful place. Absolutely it's it is difficult to get. Two flights are expensive that if he can get using quotas pointing, it's Pretty Valley eight thousand points from Sydney or poem. Corey belief a twenty but yeah, it's absolutely beautiful. There's any four hundred people living on the island. It's it's basically it's a deserted paradise. It's such amazing nature You can go snorkeling. It's nice beaches hiking. It's it's really it's a natural paradise. Say wants a does Vieira indefinitely somewhere that will be hoping t get back to the other than that I'm also going to be looking at traveling more new. South Wales at least in the next few months, While while New South Wales is open. Now, FELICIA TRAVEL AND There are currently a few flights available. Qantas is going to be putting on more flights from next month, but I've I've just done a trip on on the train? just from Sydney up to coffs harbour, and that was. That was quite a pleasant trip. It was long bit nice scenery and things to look at, and I know that yesterday Qantas and virgin both introduced new new covid nineteen policies way they no longer really using social distancing on flights. They are trying to separate people around the airports, but on the flights they. They are no guarantee Volk, middle seats, and if you compare that to what they doing on the on the roadways, with new, south Wales train link, they do not allocate anyone in the seat next to you, but they also want allocate anyone in the in in the row in front of you behind you or in the states across the aisle from you said is basically only one person in each in a kind of a staggered configurations. That means if you do want to travel by train is actually quite easy to say sensing and and and quite safe. I'd say another another way of course to get around without flying is Bhai by driving and James. There are some quite good deals on rental cars at the moment. Especially one way rentals year there there are met and that's. What are we going to do to get from Ellis? I'm sorry from lie. DALLAS, Springs Using a company called. A mover, but there are a number of others including vroom vroom broom broom transfer Kaz a rental car, really cash. Rental Cavalry locations I should say. And basically. For example for ELA springs. They don't have brittle cows at in the height of summer. Because most people don't get too hot. So at the beginning of the season and the end of the season. They have caused a need to move from Adelaide to say L. Springs. and rather than pay somebody to do it. They offer the cat. You would've reasonable price, so our was far dollars. A night led six nights from Alison. Sorry for to Alice, and that seem like a reasonable deal. Now Account Actually Guarantee Babb guarantee that it's great and account. Recommend them because it was all canceled. For say is that. The South Australian state government closed the border I think on the Friday night. And the refund four refund with no fees was in my. I'm account on the Monday morning and I got an email from him on the Sunday. Say That our processing the refund so. He can't complain about that when you compare it to some of the law and the only thing I have seen about the companies that if you turn up. To pick up the Karen, you got to different credit card than you paid for it. Then you probably won't get the cab in a lot of rental car. Companies will do that so just something to keep him on those of us who tend to burn journ credit cards. You want to hang onto the one that you book the car. And it's it's a win win because I mean. The the the current companies obviously have seasonal demand, different places and need to move around. Say It's one way to do that without without causing middle, so you can get some great deals and I've had a look days. Deals also available from Perth debris. There's deals all around New Zealand as well once to New Zealand opens up and leave. y'All say found one in Canada which is quite interesting. Yeah, I did one was from. Hell affects to Vancouver. WAS Ten dollars a night. You're allowed. 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"barossa valley" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"People are imprisoned shake I only shaft Sixteen Adelaide crow players have been handed a one match suspension of breaching the training regulations in the Barossa Valley. So it's not just not just a couple just rocked up. We're talking seek play. His walked up to the Barossa Valley. Not just that. I also had a coach at a medical support officer as well. Really what did you mean tune up book these six weeks ago so no I just they just. They just dumb football club. They are dumb. If they had premiums for dumbness they would be fired above most other clubs. Oh God is good. It's good in you know you'd love to be over there in the eighty just hearing them. Macaroni MICRA shirt. I must be just thinking. I'll just love to just line them. All up the praise the the coaches and just learn more up meth unique to sit down. Wash off myself into. We often hear You often he the the table Australian people talk about the arrogance of the of the football So I guess there's just once once again shows the arrogance that level where they think they're above the law and.

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"barossa valley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Up Next we head down under Magubane left school at the age of. Oh fourteen despite these the shift now in her. Seventies is one of Australia's biggest success stories. She loved for her parties and virtues made from unfermented grapes on her farm in the Barossa valley most of which can be found in any Australian daily worth. Its salt last ear. McGee sold fifty two percent of her company mega products for dill million dollars now. She is concentrating on the Maggie Beer Foundation which seeks seeks to improve food in aged care. Homes Monaco's Glarus Z.. Back Montefiore Trek Down Megioni floating restaurants at the Adelaide festival to find out more. Aw when literally floating on a river floating restaurant almost look at the ducks seen people drink wine and champagne after having wanted to be wonderful meal so it couldn't be better when you first started forty years ago. Could you ever imagine. This is where you'd be. Oh heavens above normal. I mean I've never been told to Cook. I only cook by feel and all I was doing was we were farmers and I was cooking out. Produce and who could have imagined what a ride has been. What's your favorite the creation that you've made my virgil? I'm so proud of because I I made that in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and later Rene Saenz of that worldwide wide so. I'm pretty proud of that and I use it in. Oh my cooking when your parents went bankrupt him two Ken caterers. That was a big influence for you. I guess really really big influence was the fact that food was important every day of my life growing up in a time. Where food wasn't important in Australia? So my father the particularly with way ahead of his time so when they lost everything they went to catering just because food was just part of our lives but the the influence was about as a child undestanding juice choosing the ripest. Pumpkin the freshest fish the best always does the last cut of rump. So that's how I was brought up Machi- you had no formal training as a chef. Do you see that as a hindrance or do you see it as a help. NOPE that's an interesting question for me. Instinct an attitude and electoral brain. 'cause I think you need that to be a great cook. DOC is more important than training. What's next year? Oh what's next to me is my foundation. I'm trying to change the food in age around Australia to institutionalize food to give those in age care able to cook for themselves and without choice is to have food that smells like the home. Cooking and food of nutrition full of pleasure nutrition in every bite. How do you do that practically I I started doing masterclasses bringing thirty cooks shifts at a time and spending two to three days with them and showing them what what is possible and giving them respect for the job that they are doing and giving them the school that they need and then the next day I bring their? CEO's goes in and show that a budget that is so low cannot be is inhuman and that if they have really good food then there Residents will be stronger and healthier and more and living living they will being will be so much better that it will be better for their bottom line by spending more money on it. so much like Jamie Oliver's school dinners go all the way that it's very hands on very intensive but of course I can't reach enough people so the federal government government has just given my foundation the Maghrebi a foundation a five hundred thousand grant to do online education because I need the two thousand itself times to be able to access all that I can share with them. It is so so important. We have a responsibility to do this McGee beer. They're speaking big into Monaco's Glorious Z.. Back Montefiore and that's all for this edition of the menu for previous episodes of this program. GOTO Monaco's website soundcloud or apple podcasts. And remember to subscribe to the socio that automatically arrives onto your device every week for more food and drink stories. Check out our menus. You spin off show food neighborhoods. It's a special boss too. That takes you to some of the world's most interesting cool narrow district and it premiers every Tuesday V. Show said it's into mixed by David Stevens Johnstone and check jewelers markle's he was again. We've finished this program. With Dina sounds recommendation and US. We earlier heard from one member of the J pop band exile. Let's now here. One of attracts the assists Choo Choo train. Thankfully.

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"barossa valley" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"Shares your thoughts pop culture cosmos human comedic game source and smoking Hot Confessions Infections on Facebook instagram and twitter as well well when we return. WE'RE GONNA be talking to some good cooking because you know we can't have a show without my good friend. I'm Ben are no talking some great grill and about some good stuff like chicken and Carne Asada coming up after the break this is the PCC multi-diverse. 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You and I know we're on more just like yours. I mean with all these podcasters that are out my gosh. You're just seems like a dime a dozen plenty although pod coin that did bite the dust this past week so rip rest in peace the pod coin and and making money off of your podcasts. I'm sorry about that for everybody out there and also listening to podcasts you. That was the one that was offering money to you know to listen to him so didn't quite work out for that business model but for great podcasts absence well. We have a lot of great suggestions on our pop culture cosmos facebook pages well you my friend got the great thing going with smoking hot confessions as smoking how confessions the podcast Looking Hawk officials dot com and all those great conversations great recipes that you got right it therefore you so what's going on man share the goods actually share the food the smells that's even better what's going on with smoking confessions. Oh my there is so much going on right now as we're talking. I've actually got my back deck at the stat behind the computer screen of smoke is set up of a lot of the video cameras that got my microphone on a currently got three different types of make in the smoker and I'm doing a video review of a Wallace Barbecue the moment at the same time so I'm literally stepped away from that to come ship this interview with you and a path that open doing four separate videos today. The loads happened Komo next weekend. I'm flying Stralia hit at to the Barossa Valley. Get this. I'm going to be going to a barbecue festival at a craft off-beam brewery APP in the Barossa valley which is famous strategy one country will you be alive is the say well. They're just be on your facebook page the dead body just like fun with Rbq. Yeah I pay smoking hot confessions just barbecue abusive Jug Beer Mahan but they have pretty much pretty much. It's been really busy. It's been really exciting doing as I said ran sort of moving adding to videos amendments Delaware doing a lot of different recipe kooks in different. How To's for reviews I just WanNa stay at the forefront of what's happening in Barbecue Baba Q. and as I said before traveling around the country getting at two different festivals but into this year I really hit six out of seven sites for bobby competitions off? It's really going really well and as I said to you before morning. Planning an extra bathroom Stein's early next year. It's looking like we're going to be doing a full week road trip and doing a little video series. He's while we're at day shooting different barbecue joints meeting different personalities in the Bible Hussein of eating barbecue drinking crossbeam. I two of my favorite things after just hours there you go there. Go My friend. where can everybody get updates on what you're doing where you're at and all the great podcasts? You've got on the shelf as well well. We're really plugging if youtube at the moments season six of the cast is about halfway through now so you can check that out it's on Youtube as well and also on on all of the as you mentioned before podcast apps on catches the stuff smokey Hogg Confessions Barbecue cast and you find a stay and then smoking confessions dot com sorry everything else gets published through the website as well so the website is essential for everything and then the oldest social media stuff is the peripherals around that so if you really really prefer one particular social media platform we've got you counted so we've got instagram twitter Youtube facebook playing with take talk. I don't know I I think I have to get my seven year old to teach us teak talk. You're braver man than I am. I am snapchat but I can't work it out and I I probably need some luck at a teenager. Show me how to use that one. 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"barossa valley" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Kerr swisher and scott galloway of course mine too these days one food you would never eat oh. I hate live. I've never really never eaten liver. I've eaten it but i never again. Will i love liver. Oh all right food. You miss from australia. It's a little cliche. Hey but i do get like meat pie cravings sometimes yeah okay tell us what a meat pie because i really not entirely sure it's basically just a beef stew and then cooked in pastry but it's a fun leg weekend lounge like easy treat bakery treat. Is it something you would make it at home nor really unless you're really into cooking so easy to buy okay song that makes you smile. Tales of our wondrous came out. I've i've got you existed is really fun. Oh good okay yeah. I forgot to mention your resident taylor swift fan so taylor swift. If you're listening and you want to be on the cover of cherry bomb we'll see if you want to just hang out all right. Tell us what a flat white is. A flat wide is a coffee that i believe is is from melvin and it's basically like all the good things in the world. It's basically just a shot of a suppressor and then the heated up milk but nor froth got it yeah okay. Have you ever worked as a barista. I worked at a movie theater and a hat to make coffees as part of that <hes> now you you tell me that yeah but i was bad but i think you expect to coffee. Everythi saw like it's five that is one hundred percent correct restaurant. You would love to eat at one day. It has has to be a female staffer. Forget it. I'm going to see i've never been you've never been we can arrange that monsieur chef missy robbins missy. If you had to be trapped on a desert hazard island with one food celebrity who would it be and why maggie bia she is the grandmother of australia i think and i used to watch her shows after school and it's just comforting and i think it would be very fun time the grandmother of australia or the grandmother australia cooking cooking yeah. Tell us a little bit more. We're about her. She has a pheasant foam in the barossa valley and she makes these great products and she is going to be the new master chef australia. I first and she's very into home cooking. She's very famous for using burji and everything verge you okay. I i have never cooked with virtue which she make you <hes> meat pies on that beach. Oh definitely definitely okay. That sounds good. You australians have so much hometown bride for master chef australia. I think has changed the way that my generation views food because it's on five nights nights awake and avenue paik it got higher ed ratings than a lot of sports finals so it's like a huge thing being and they talk about you know everyone's food dream and i think of lot to educate people on how to cook better food at harm at five nights a week <hes> that's crazy yeah and some of the episodes will bay half of it is the competition and the other half. It's a mazda claw. So it's three hours. Ah yeah that's impressive and it's launched so many careers. Has it ever made you cry. Yes it's very emotional so since you said a lot about their food dreams what's your food dream audrey pain and then we'll let you go. My future dream is to have a cafe it is. I haven't abused you that notion. No i was like a cocktail kerry. She'll be like you're crazy well. No you can run the cherry bomb all hearing for the first time mm-hmm is something we are working on so if you listen to all the way to the end of the show you just got a little news nugget there people and <hes> now. We have something else to add to audrey job description <hes> all right audrey. You're the bomb. You're the bomb. That's it for today. Show giordano rothman. Thanks for filling in for me and elena reagan. Thanks for coming by radio cherry bomb be sure to check out a lena's memoir. Burn the place and then make plans to visit elizabeth or milk. Weeden elaine is interview was was recorded

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"barossa valley" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Tax effective. Schemes, you know, what they are. You know, like those they were quite a few different ones. What eventually most of them settled around agriculture in Australia. Right. So he started researching them full my company, and we became well known in the industry as a small test. And the best written research reports on agri-business texts effective schemes and either ones that you get a tax deduction for planting these trees, whether they're orchards vineyards, or what do you call them? The toiletries had become pulp. I'm not a mental blank, right? Yeah. I can't remember. Yup. So basically, it doesn't. So these are these are not exotic things these are things that are very well known all exotic ones we read it out. Anyway, he became well known in the industry. And then eventually I left that company and joins Mercer, and I convinced Mercer to hire him as a consultant to research the Essop clause for Martha globally. Okay. So here we are writing reports on agriculture Agri business as asset class. Okay. And you look back research most as all kinds you find them. So here we go convinced pension funds on indebting into agribusiness, all the my boss, and my colleagues in all of them start investing in this. So that's the lead up to it. Now around that time also we come across his book by Richard q sake. Rich, dad, poor Dodd and remember both of us are finance professionals. We read this book, and we quite like the. Idea of what he had said about Pasadena's men's than income streams and Bill pasta income streams in all. And we were obviously still newly married, and we were talking about starting a family, and I told him look I own as much as you do. So if I take time off you have to provide for me, and I will never ask you for a single dollar. You have to just put some money aside. We have put some money aside. So that we have enough while I take a couple of years out. And he said, yeah, sure. So he convinced me to invest all of our life savings until Lynn remember, we had self made people. I was self made teams actually coming from a rich family. Reasonably rich, but he left all that inheritance behind to marry me. Okay. So we decided we will not take any money from his thirds. So both of us have putting money aside, and we put all life savings until then into a few business schemes the top rated ones that we had recommended lines. Today was these trees in Tasmania which had an all take agreement with with a a paper pulp factory guns. The it's called guns. Ballistic company was called in guns, and we had orchards grapes, and we had to Allstone fruit. And we had a big chunk. We put into a unit trust in the Barossa valley for red wine vineyards, and that Vignon doubled in value within twelve months, so we were riding high, and we kept taking all our money and putting them back into these games because the yield was running at fifteen percent. I was going to okay. Some of them the the Vignon was running fifteen percents, and the others were going to give me also agree high return. So we put all investments into that thinking there for the foot short term only them trees were going to be ten years and the rest we thought would be relatively quickly within five years giving us a running you of that fifteen eighteen percent. Okay. So that's what we did. Guess what happened? You know, what it's coming, right? All of it's pretty much got wiped out combination of weather, so hailstones currency. We just for summary economy. The details now, but basically all the optic agreements that we had Dunn's had environmental Lobi problem and they factory never made it. So that collapsed, basically, all three mess. Mints had some issue or the other and all three basically wind down to zero. And and because they were unlisted investments we couldn't get money out. So that was Indo of my time to care plans, actually. And that meant I mean, obviously, the, yeah. Yeah. Anyway, so that that was that I want to ask you a few questions before I get into what you learn from the experience, but I would like to just understand because for listeners who are investing. I mean, what what we learn about is investing is it has an impact on your family. And whether you are actually investing together with your family or with your husband, or whatever or whether you're not, and your let's say, your wife doesn't know anything of what you're doing. If you're doing a really poor job of it. She's eventually going to you know, probably suffer from it. And or if you're a woman that's managing the money. Same thing. Mike my question to you is just tell us a little bit about the emotion between you and your husband as you were going through this, and how did you manage to keep the relationship strong because a lot of times going to financial crisis can

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"barossa valley" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Barossa valley a renowned worn producing region seventy five kilometers from Adelaide. Lyda grocer admitted he had made this report while highly intoxicated, and that it was based on nothing more than he's iron theory. Hey into friend prosecuted for making the false allegation. Following a report that the Beaumont children were being held captive by man and woman at home, uncle Nogues, esplanade the home Assad squad right at several houses in the area. The found in our trice of the children the man who made the report admitted was a law driven out of spot the couple he had falsely reported as the Beaumont's captors where actually he's a strange to off and two new boyfriend. After Melbourne-based news pipe out the truth published unostentatious story declaring by Mont children to still be alive. Multiple witnesses client to of Saint a mean fitting the description of the prime suspect driving a green Ford utility truck along the hallway between not alight. And melvin. The witnesses stated the man had to goes. And boy in the back. However, given the amount of tone that had passed between the alleged Saudi send the witness statements police mostly discounted think says on related to the KYW's. The media speculated the perpetrator could have taken the Beaumont children as far as New Zealand as no poss- ports were required to travel between the two countries that the tone. Pitches and descriptions of Jane, honor and grant was sent to New Zealand. Authorities with advice to remain on high alert. As summits impact resident reported saying three children walking along Bantry road, a residential suburban straight with links to mostly straight.

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"barossa valley" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Did that paul hogan us but before we get to that for not tope pock it was going to be the first woman to score a superhero movie apparently for captain marvel she's also worked on crypt on but guess what mason she's not the first woman shirley walker scored mask of the phantasm in the now okay right okay did that get the ethical religious at yet to release it didn't do very well but it's beloved by many i don't know if i've ever seen it seemed on gonna say you haven't seen they don't know the twists i'll get round to it but it wasn't that golden era of of the batman animated series early quite good it is good no i think this is good this is great i mean you don't know how many female composers can you name your silence speaks volumes doesn't it absolutely yeah yeah enya good so lyndale don't think she's a composer well neighbors enya mason but just naming women right out there are obviously female composes but now it's going to say it's a perfect movie to kind of make this happen in as well yeah paul hogan us mason okay now you didn't have new segment paul hogan news have we never thought that was going to be a crocodile dundee four because that was clearly a tourism campaign i remember and then it turned out to be really flatten on interesting tourism campaign did it i wanted it sell celani plane tickets to astrology i think so how quickly did that evaporate it was revealed wind remember that because the last try that was chris hemsworth and danny mcbride drinking wine and chris into going the barossa valley has some of the best ones in a stray and it's just like out of this happen but we're not going to punch a camel or something what we want people to come into a four people punching camel it was a bunch and camels pull hogan though he's not going to start crocodile dundee four he's going to star in the very excellent mister dunne day whoa what i know i thought it was going on before four then i read this analysis i'm just going to read it to you okay hogen we'll play himself and on the brink of receiving a knighthood for services to comedy must be facetious bit phil all right this is a bad stuff you can sit this out.

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"barossa valley" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"Reason was serag and garage historically have been the kingpins of the grapes because they are hardier sturdier uh vine stock than say more delicate pena noir things like that of north and or further north up in burgundy you know it's been said that sure sure raw serara surrounds came from the city of sharad in persia correct but they've they've they've debunked all that now we finally now that serag is indigenous to the northern rhone valley did i didn't get my newsletter this week to that does get released the same guy released like six months ago car year ago okay i remember reading of but i even read it i read it just recently it is they have they have finally kind of put that to wrestle bit okay this is the theory is that it's indigenous writing and in it and it really can control all itself i mean it it it it adapts is dap to to that climate to right there and does so well there right so we'll talk a little more about a specific why don't we have that we're gonna share tonight but uh let's talk a little more about what would difference what differentiates us serag or wide labelled serag verses one labelled a from australia ensure most commonly labelled as shehri's although i remember working with a wion in my previous career called those labeled serag in in in australia the barossa valley river those pathway but anyway what what is the shared with their lister what's is is simply name difference or is a stylistically different in your mind in my mind that's just the name difference okay because i know that australian surrounds their ceramahs are are kind of have their own no no profile okay there the jam either big wonderful blessing new world riles neuroscience to me insists the serag it doesn't change i i don't i don't think of sure as as anything but serag okay that feels so i.

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"barossa valley" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"Winds dot com and a through there we have a list on our page pages far as all the products that or wineries that we do represent so theoretically if you want to a restaurant and found out of the woodcutters someone all this was bad bolus so what you can do is either acquire on that or type it in google it and what it would do you specially here cargoes legia the lewis clowns wine and whether or not to try and uh of course you could call us if we could tell you what area might be in the city and refer you to one of our customers in order to go on purchased that one that's goods not because they're always at that always happens at the restaurant i'll be serving wine and seminal by and pinal they love it where can i buy it in a lot of people don't know this too that a lot of restaurant are on present on premise liquor license do allow for a certain amount of retail sales so you can always if you're at a restaurant in this is for you guys out there are you know if you're at a restaurant and you fall in love with a bottle of wine you can acid restaurant if they could sell you some directly there there there is there is a limitation of how much they can do but there that is there is a possibility of of doing that but that's nice now because row do you know how do you find out and know you know where i can find winds this is a loved lovely wind so it so everyone out there it's the traore back brek barossa valley two thousand twelve woodcutters semi on in them in it it's just it's delicious no i was gonna i wanted to ask you guys week a dj on john 'cause you're in the industry and and you guys.

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"barossa valley" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"barossa valley" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"We now return to white time radio with raw minor and james croker the show all ballot wine here are rob and james welcome back to wind ham radio i'm rob lehner and i'm here with my french on to we jim wall oh uh is gone for the rest of the show would end up having continue uh jet john brought in a a nice power want white wine from australia and we'll talk a little bit about it it's the two thousand twelve woodcutters semi on from tore bat brek in the barossa valley uh you any anything you want to tell us about this wine well it's saw again it's saw one of the winds that we distribute i'm not one hundred percent sure uh that it's at cells but i think it may be there uh but it's also again uh one of the winds from the barrosa valley that is a justice karzai play like a regan this week the refreshing which is how wrong saying that we have halted just tall wall a wonderful the lemons little bit are citrus behind it with some light limestone and just sort of the refreshing it's one hundred percent uh at this vintages for two thousand twelve and it's it's it's something that is get a kind of go let me phil everyone in a little bit about semi on it it's one of the blending grapes are white it's a white poor dole grape and all of the famous are all the famous saw turn are made from semion semi on his is a wind that is a great they can be produced in many different fashions like like reasoning it'd be bone dry and then go all the way to this super sweet lovely lovely desert winds in fact the shuttle you kim is the most famous sar turns in the world than its hunter semion uh it's it's a wonderful grape who the color analysis really beautiful isn't it says bright kind of sunshine yellow it is and the smell you got you do you know you get that nice pineapple and stuff in in so john while i'm casing this can you tell people were they might be able to find this wind or how did how did how to track that's always it's always hard for me to as a as a consumer i wanna know where i see something where.

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