yangduoduo17The service at this winery is very good and very enthusiastic. The team here and the employees here are very interested in their own work. We bought some red wine here. This winery is run by a big family. The staff told us a lot about red wine. All of us laughed and laughed. Thanks to the staff here. I like Pinot Noir very much. This winery is the best we have been to so far.
I stayed at Kinross Winery for a night, woke up in the morning, frozen and heart-wrenching, and there was a fog in the distance. I thought it was the steam of the river, and I saw a vineyard covered with frost.
In this high-altitude area, the winter is cold, the summer is hot and dry, and the temperature difference between day and night makes the world's top wines, especially Pinot Noir.
Otago's winery is dizzying, and it is not disappointing to pick a bottle. Unfortunately, the shipping cost to the country is more expensive than the wine itself, or it is good here.
Queenstown is the world's capital of adventure because it is the birthplace of bungee jumping. In 1988, the Kawarau Bridge opened the history of this extreme sport. Jumping down from a 43-meter-high bridge has become an honor, attracting adventure lovers from all over the world.
After years of exploration, the sport has become extremely mature, and there has never been an accident in Kawarau. The staff can adjust the length of the rope according to individual needs, so that the challenger can choose not to touch the river, part of the body contact. The river water and even the entire body completely enter the river. The large screen of the
bungee center keeps playing a bloody video, and even opens up a viewing platform with excellent visibility, allowing visitors to watch these dazzling warriors up close.
For the elderly who are eager to move, the bungee center has also opened up a sport suitable for them - Kawarau ropes, watching them fly like a superman over the river, the audience applause thunder, they seem to be back in time for 30 years, The expression of satisfaction is self-evident.
Gibston Valley Winery is only half an hour's drive from Queenstown, the central Otago region is the southernmost latitude grape growing region of the world and one of the top five wine producing regions in the world.
There is a mountain surrounded by mountains, the geographical environment and climate are very suitable for the growth of grapes, so the Pinot Noir produced here has a very high reputation.
We arrived at the winery and signed up for a local wine tasting tour. The guide first took us to visit the Pinot Noir vineyard, telling the history of the cultivation of organic grapes, and then entering the wine cellar, each with a vintage The label, there is also a room dedicated to the aged wine. While listening to the guide, we explained how the award-winning red wine is processed and brewed, while the famous Pinot Noir wines.
In this high-altitude area, the winter is cold, the summer is hot and dry, and the temperature difference between day and night is huge, but it creates the top wines that are internationally respected. This wine tasting experience is rare.
Gibbston is a relatively mature tourist wine cellar, the size of the vineyard is large, and the wine production is also large.
If it's just wine tasting, it only costs 5 SGD. We want to enter the cellar restaurant, so we signed up for the 40-minute wine cave tour.
We and a few Europeans and Americans were brought to the vineyard by a staff member. They introduced New Zealand's soil, planted varieties, and grape characteristics, and then went into the mysterious cave wine cellar. This small cave contains a collection of wines produced in each vintage. The value of thousands of bottles cannot be measured. So also in the iron fence all year round, we can only look through the gap. In the deepest part of the cave, wine tasting begins. We tasted 3 white wines, 2 red wines and one ice wine. All are delicious. If you taste it, you can go out and buy it at the front desk. The business here is really big, and it can be mailed to various countries in the world, but the postage is self-paying.
In addition to the wine cellar, there are several other places to visit, vineyards, restaurants, food stores and souvenir shops.
Especially in the food store, you can buy a lot of local cheese, local honey. We bought 2 large bottles of honey.
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