Wednesday, July 26, 2006
Mission Accomplished!
Readers will be pleased to know that I was able to make my way into the Victoria Barracks Officers' Mess Wine Cellar this morning and take a few piccies and also talk to the Wine Member about the collection. I just have to write it up and have what I write approved and I can post the pictures and everything here :)

The wine member tells me today that the wine cellar is OWNED by the in that case I have an AWESOME collection...
posted by Nia at 9:57 pm ¤ Permalink ¤


  • At 6:45 pm, Blogger Mal

    Looking forward to the pics!!

  • At 3:39 pm, Blogger Mal

    There is something Austin Power-esq about being called the wine 'member'?!

  • At 1:31 am, Anonymous Cam Wheeler

    Looking forward to seeing the pics as well. I think I saw someone from the Victoria Barracks wandering around Wine Australia a couple of weekends ago, Dan O'Hara maybe? Hopefully he found a bunch of great wines to put away in your cellar there.

  • At 3:27 pm, Anonymous Shaggy

    I've had a quick look in the cellar down at Vic Barracks in the past, its quite impressive.

    How do you become a member?

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