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Recipe Pig Tail’s Ragu

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Pig Tail’s Ragu

I just love what I did the other day and I kept raving about it since. One of my fb friends too went on cooking it herself. It was fun. The recipe I saw having them in ragu was like wild boar, mince and lamb. Hahaahahhahah having ragu with pig’s tail was exciting and the outcome was just fantastic. By the way, I do enjoy cooking with wine now as getting to indulge it can be just terrific. I just love fun cooking with pleasure. :)

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The Beautiful Story of Cape Mentelle

The story of Cape Mentelle, like many that take place along remote and rugged coasts, is one of adventurous spirit, bold vision and good wine.

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In 1965 agriculturist Dr John Gladstones had a ‘gut feeling’ about Margaret River as a wine region with strong similarities to Bordeaux. He saw undulating well-draining ironstone gravel soils carrying healthy marri trees, which were an indication of prime vineyard soil. Wine industry pioneer David Honen and his brothers established Cape Mentelle Vineyards in 1970. The phenomenal Cape Mentelle journey started with just 16 hectares of vines planted on what is now referred as the “Wallcliffe Vineyards”.

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