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Thread: Survived the journey, when do I go back?

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    Joseph Coulter Guest

    Default Survived the journey, when do I go back?

    Hving just returned from the Antipodes, I must say it was a truly
    fantastic experience despite the occassional all day downpour (only one
    day and that didn't seem to phase our intrepid St.Helier one bit)

    Despite the claim by some that cruising offers such good food, and this
    time we even booked the specialty restaurant, the best meal by far was
    had at a local restaurant in Whangarei New Zealand called Deco.We
    enjoyed the tasting menu and I will need to recreate the details. I do
    recall the last wine a Beaumes de Venice from Chapoutier, tasty as usual
    but his Lordship had already provided a more memorable sticky the night
    before, a Botrysised Semillon from NZ (will try to get the details still
    having first cup of coffee after a day and a half in the air).

    At any rate it is good to be home and once I have figured out what I did
    I will report further.

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    John T Guest

    Default Re: Survived the journey, when do I go back?

    but his Lordship had already provided a more memorable sticky the night
    > before, a Botrysised Semillon from NZ (will try to get the details still
    > having first cup of coffee after a day and a half in the air).


    Just had a call from his Lordship, arrived at LHR at 0930. So all set up for
    the France / NZ showdown on Monday night.

    next time in NZ, try Southland and the Pinots of Otago.
    JT



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    Joseph Coulter Guest

    Default Re: Survived the journey, when do I go back?


    "John T" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:iYPXk.12943$[email protected]..
    > but his Lordship had already provided a more memorable sticky the night
    >> before, a Botrysised Semillon from NZ (will try to get the details still
    >> having first cup of coffee after a day and a half in the air).

    >
    > Just had a call from his Lordship, arrived at LHR at 0930. So all set up
    > for the France / NZ showdown on Monday night.
    >
    > next time in NZ, try Southland and the Pinots of Otago.
    > JT

    Actually at the dinner Tuesday we had a Merlot for the Otago! and as St
    Helier himself can proclaim, not bad, notes to follow this pm


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