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Forges Farm – Packing Prosecco [Photo Journal]

“When I grow up, I want to be Graham Forge. As part of the High Country Harvest, The Forge Family are offering an authentic farm gate experience with a twist. Learn the lost art of packing a horse, whilst sampling Dal Zotto Prosecco.”

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Forges Farm – Packing Prosecco [Photo Journal]

When I grow up, I want to be Graham Forge.

As part of the High Country Harvest, The Forge Family are offering an authentic farm gate experience with a twist. Learn the lost art of packing a horse, whilst sampling the region’s finest produce; featuring Dal Zottos Prosecco and Milawa Cheese.

The experience includes riding a horse down to the banks of the King River, where a beautifully style picnic by Tup Forge awaits. (Tup, you rockstar!)

I’ve never ridden a horse before, and found the whole experience extremely relaxing and fun. I had the reins in one hand, and my camera in the other. My horse’s name was George, but I called him Constanza 😛 

At $60, it’s well worth every penny. You won’t want to get off the horse, although endless Prosecco and Milawa cheese does seem to do the trick!

You can stay at Forge’s Farm for $80 a night, or in the nearby city of Wangaratta

For more information on Packing Prosecco, click here

You can follow Forge’s Farm on Instagram and Facebook

To see more photos, check out the Flickr set.

Thank you to The Forge Family for the unforgettable experience ♥ and for the endless giggles!

To see more photos, check out the Flickr set.

More of the trip to come. 

 

Disclaimer: Iron Chef Shellie travelled as a guest of Rural City of Wangaratta.


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4 comments on “Forges Farm – Packing Prosecco [Photo Journal]
  1. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef - May 27, 2014 at 4:42 pm

    What fun! I love Milawa Cheese and we went there for lunch (and cheese buying) at least once a month when I lived up there. I’d love that horse ride!

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  2. Gourmet Getaways - May 29, 2014 at 12:04 am

    A perfect example of a unique, simple pleasure that life can offer! I adore the table shots!

    Julie
    Gourmet Getaways

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  3. Terri - May 29, 2014 at 4:29 pm

    Well, this is certainly going on the bucket list! Beautiful!

    Reply
  4. Georgia - June 4, 2014 at 10:46 pm

    Looks like a stunning trip away. Australia really is beautiful! xx

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