It’s with a slightly sad heart that I post my final blog for the #NZV16 series. The last two months have been incredible and I can’t express how lucky I feel to have been a part of such a wonderful team.
Thanks to all of you readers out there who have joined me for the highs, as well as the odd low. It’s been a huge learning experience and I’m pleased I put myself up for it and put my life onto a temporary alternative path. It’s back to London on Sunday and straight back into wine teaching. I will be sure to post some London wine video adventures for you all.
Will I do another vintage? Absolutely. Burgundy watch out! I will be coming your way…just need to brush up on the French first.
A huge thanks to everyone who has made the journey so memorable. Below are a few picks from our vintage bash as well as the last couple of days. Please feel free to click on them for more details.
Strutting his stuff as always. Cheers for the entertaining conversations Felix.
One very happy camper with Chenin Blanc and Waiheke red delights
Vintage party fun
Another very happy camper! Zlil, who is about to become a sheep farmer in Central Otago.
Sunday best plungers – or rockers? It’s hard to tell.
Such an awesome dude! Mr Jeremy you’re a gem.
One clean and ordered white receival.
More of the crew in their Sunday best.
White receival party selfie
Team shot at the end of our last shift. We even took to scrubbing the gloves we were wearing. The next vintage crew are a lucky bunch.
Some crazy French chicks
The gorgeous Viktor and Pavlina. Recycling the high-vis to another level.
This was the start…
This one has the moves. Zack you’re awesome.
One mad and awesome supervisor. Anne thanks for your skills and patience. Luv ya!
The number 1 support crew. Thanks for the washing, dinners and rides in the rain!
Couldn’t have done it without you buster!