Foggy morning on the Hill.
Mad dogs and Englishmen picking grapes under the midday sun. Woodhaven Pinot Vintage 2017.
Late afternoon sunlight after the rain. Love our country life 👍
Fab crowd at our Emu Plains Market stall today. We're here until 2pm under the stringy barks.
Quick lunch at the intriguing Cafe de Beaumarchais in Sassafras after another vintage French delivery.
On the way back from delivering a wine rack to Flinders... Gorgeous day, gorgeous view.
At home on this windy night. Bespoke vintage bottle lamps with handmade silk shades from Belgium now in store.
It's a pleasure to be involved in Natasha Morgan's silent auction as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival's Regional Longest Lunch. If you would like to make a bid on any of the auction items - including our Millot Legumes linen cushion - head over to @natasha_morgan_ Her wonderful property just outside Daylesford is truly inspiring! - - - - - - - - #Repost @natasha_morgan_ with @repostapp: ・・・ The sun's shining and I'm out foraging branches and berries of all sorts of autumn goodness for the Longest Lunch, but I'd love to be here. Right here, with this beautiful cushion. It's totally my botanical kind of thing... and it could be yours too 😉 The very lovely Penny of @labrocantemelbourne has kindly donated this beautiful MILLOT LEGUMES 45cm cushion. It's is a wonderful collage of vegetable drawings by French illustrator Adolphe Millot, 1857-1921. 100% European linen cushion designed and made in Melbourne, Australia. Oatmeal linen backing with zip closure at the bottom. RRP$115 including duck feather insert. It's now part of the silent auction in aide of the Daylesford Primary School Kitchen Garden Program. If you can't make the day but would like to bid please email me your bid at Natasha@natashamorgan.com.au for this great cause. A super big thanks Penny! 😘 PS we have a few sneaky tickets left to the day...
Freshly cut grass and blue skies at home this afternoon.
A few grain sacks, a zinc tub or two and an extraordinarily heavy frypan all sitting quite happily together in a large dough bowl.