And so it begins….

Sedona Estate Artisan Platter of rosemary olive oil, garlic dukkah, french brie, Margaret River cheddar, labna, trout pate, fig salami, mediterranean olives and batard

Lunch! Sedona Estate’s lovely Artisan Platter

Day 1. Sunday, 27 January 2013

Rest Day! Great to start a 1,538.77 km journey with a day off enjoying an Artisan Platter and fab wines at Sonja and Paul’s winery, Sedona Estate, in Yea, Victoria. The platter of rosemary infused olive oil, garlic dukkah, cheese, olives, trout pate and fig salami (yes, fig salami) were the perfect Sunday lunch. Sedona Estate is a boutique winery producing excellent reds, whites and sparkling wine. Paul’s experience gleaned working at Chandon is evident in the quality of the sparkling, but for me – I am primarily an Aussie red girl. The Shiraz and Cab Sauv reserve wines were surprisingly complex wines with great concentration of fruit. A few of those little beauties made their way into the car for the journey home!

Oh. This is a running blog, not a food and wine blog, isn’t it? Sorry! Promise I will run tomorrow…..

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