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You can taste our wines, have lunch at the Bistro, a Summer Saturday morning at the Market, an evening at a concert in the amphitheatre or all of the above by staying in one of our properties.Because we are not large, we are very keen on building a relationship with the person who consumes our wine.An email was sent by the department to all rangers on December 30 2013, detailing the extraordinary encounter.The email said: "David received a call this morning at the front desk from a male caller reporting the construction of a secret government installation upstream from the Salt River Canyon past Pinal Creek (Upstream from Roosevelt Lake)."Aliens and at least one detached head are involved."Caller claims to have seen construction cranes coming out the side of the cliffs, miniature stealth planes and UFOs, aliens and people working together at the site, aliens eating people."He found a severed head and claims to have pictures of some of this stuff."Caller reported that he is 60, not crazy and doesn't do drugs."He said he had already called the 'office at the lake', but he didn't know if those people were turning the other cheek or maybe those people have been paid off."The records do not detail if any action was taken in response to the strange tip off, but the email added: "Please let me know if there are any talking points to be developed.In a series of online reports known as Filer's Files, a man called Scott Heckman spoke of a base in the national forest, where scores of people have also "gone missing".But I was soon compelled to make the pilgrimage to Napa Valley, so with a cheap air ticket and sleeping bag I made Bothe National Park near St.[classes] = [caption id="attachment_343" align="alignleft" width="180" caption="Verreaux’s Eagle in flight carrying nesting material Photograph by Jesse Walton"][/caption] Although the origin of the name that graces our estate is lost in the mists of time, the survey beacon situated on the cliffs that rise up above the vineyards is labelled Eagles Nest.This could indicate that these crags once housed a breeding pair of Eagles.
Amongst the trees is the Grade II listed Friargate Bonded Warehouse which formed part of the goods yard of Friargate Station, closed in 1967 under the 'Beeching Axe'.
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Our elevated north facing site on the lower slopes of the Te Mata hills is not only an excellent location for grape growing it also provides us with stunning views, a warm sheltered micro-climate and a perfect situation for the visitor to spend an hour or two, a night or two or even a week or two.
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This is why we encourage people into Hawke's Bay and into our vineyard.