Ghost Rock is an award winning vineyard on the central north coast of Tasmania. Established in 1989, the vineyard was one of the first to be planted in this region and in 2001, the Ghost Rock label was launched. Once a month, on a Sunday afternoon, they promote live music. The star attraction in July was my husband, Michael, a very talented singer, songwriter and musician. We arrived early before the lunch crowd
and once Michael had set up
we enjoyed a delicious Ghost Rock Platter, complemented by a glass of superb chardonnay
We were soon joined by our support team, not a big group, but I think quality is far more important than quantity
Another Ghost Rock Platter and Guacamole Dip were ordered, along with a couple of bottles of wine
Before long, we had a full house
and Michael entertained the diners while they ate, drank and were merry.
It was a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon, the gorgeous view and cavorting cattle added to the relaxing atmosphere
To find out how Ghost Rock got it’s name and to learn more about this fabulous venue, go to ghostrock.com.au
That looks like fun.
It was delicious fun
it was a wonderful way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon 🙂
The company was excellent