Bought a bottle named after a family member, as many of the wines are named after. Such an admirable r and tradition from a winery that doesn't "publically" retail. Neville made this experience even more valuable and profitable because I couldn't help myself after the poignant story of each wine being named after a family member. We were also told the future of the grapes, the development and fruition, but he tells it in a way that is so much more genuine than some other slick wineries. Neville, thank divine tours.. And I thank you Neville, for connecting with Divine tours. Without them we would not have had our most genuine connection with uncle bill plus we bought up chicken shed xxx
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