We had a lovely fruit salad, with toasted muesli, yogurt drizzled with honey, followed by the most fluffy ricotta pancakes I have ever had. We were given honeycomb butter to spread onto our ricotta pancakes and had mandarins soaked in port. The honeycomb butter in itself was a culinary experience for us. Coupled with great view, company and weather, it was a great way to start the day.
We spent the rest of the day doing more wine tastings. One place we visited was Iron Gate Winery. Its estate was Spanish inspired architecture, with terracotta roof tiles especially imported from Spain. Its interior is met by walking through huge wrought iron doors, stepping into a large room with Tuscany inspired windows and tiled floors, with a gorgeous view of the vineyard sitting behind the estate.
I think I dressed quiet appropriately for today. I've had these amazing red high waisted shorts since spring and have never had anything really to pair with it. Navy and red go so well together it was a shame if I didn't wear this adorable bow knit with it. Usually too cute and adorable for my taste, but considering the occasion, I think it was a comfortable and suitable choice.
(Knit: Review, Shorts: Chinese Boutique in Sydney, Loafers: ASOS, Ring: Camilla and Marc, Wallet: Chloe)
I've been quickly documenting all these doings from what I can remember as I'm so behind on my blogging, you guys need to all excuse me for my writing possibly not making sense. I hope you guys are all having a great weekend, and again appreciate all your lovely comments!