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Monday, 20 January 2014

Voyager Estate, WA






Following an enjoyable wine tasting at Voyager Estate, Margaret River, we move toward the restaurant to enjoy a Devonshire Tea as Mr. H.R.K. has his heart set on it. The dining room has the WOW factor, and it isn't just the wine talking. Impressive Blue and white jardiniers attract the eye immediately, and then the chandeliers command attention,  and whilst this is all sounds very French, the whole vineyard is of Dutch inspired design.


The wine tasting was remarkable, not too much or too little, and given that Voyager wines must be the best on the planet given the cost, we enjoyed every drop.



The blue and white theme continues with the crockery and enhances the Devonshire Tea experience. We enjoy a superb afternoon tea, perfectly warmed scones, the thickest clotted cream, and home made strawberry jam boasting whole pieces
of fruit. Great coffee as well was served.


Beautiful rose gardens at Voyager Estate




Voyager is worth a visit if only just to enjoy the magnificent gardens. The lawns appear to be hand manicured, hedges hand trimmed, a perfect setting for a wedding or romantic rendezvous, or just a relaxing wander through the grounds.

It has also now acquired the rights to the Dutch East India Company brand, VOC,  ensuring trade with China and other Asian neighbours is assured.


Thanks for reading.

Pauline

2 comments:

  1. So want to go over there...looks amazing, looking forward to hearing more x

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  2. I love a good Devonshire tea stop! Great idea and a pretty room to partake of it in :)

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