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Central Travancore, comprising four districts of Kerala state is the major hub of tourism activities in South India. Its unique culture and traditions have made Central Travancore one of the popular tourist destinations in the world. It is also known as the Pilgrim Hub of Kerala. Central Travancore also possess a healthy NRI population. .
There is a huge accessibility problem faced by people to reach this region. In order to solve this problem and for the better development of Central Travancore, the demand for faster modes of passenger transportation is increasing tremendously.
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The main aim of this project is Understanding the importance of development in Central Travancore and to design a Greenfield Airport passenger terminal along with its auxiliary facilities.
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#airport #thesis #travancore #architecturethesis #passenger #terminal #transportation #hub #Kerala #instaarchirecture #design
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    Designed by @_jez_win
    Central Travancore, comprising four districts of Kerala state is the major hub of tourism activities in South India. Its unique culture and traditions have made Central Travancore one of the popular tourist destinations in the world. It is also known as the Pilgrim Hub of Kerala. Central Travancore also possess a healthy NRI population. .
    There is a huge accessibility problem faced by people to reach this region. In order to solve this problem and for the better development of Central Travancore, the demand for faster modes of passenger transportation is increasing tremendously.
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    The main aim of this project is Understanding the importance of development in Central Travancore and to design a Greenfield Airport passenger terminal along with its auxiliary facilities.
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    #airport #thesis #travancore #architecturethesis #passenger #terminal #transportation #hub #Kerala #instaarchirecture #design
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  • This somewhat cross looking lady is Bhageerathi who was actually quite sweet. Painted here around 1898, she was the daughter of the #Travancore maharajah (swipe right) who brought tapioca to Kerala in the decade before. In other words, the famous Malayali "cappa and fish curry" dish did not exist till about 140 years ago when Bhageerathi's dad imported tapioca from America to feed those who had no rice. Anyway, in other details, she lived a long life in a big house and had many children, including the boy painted here. Her demeanour is not known to have changed.
  • This somewhat cross looking lady is Bhageerathi who was actually quite sweet. Painted here around 1898, she was the daughter of the #Travancore maharajah (swipe right) who brought tapioca to Kerala in the decade before. In other words, the famous Malayali "cappa and fish curry" dish did not exist till about 140 years ago when Bhageerathi's dad imported tapioca from America to feed those who had no rice. Anyway, in other details, she lived a long life in a big house and had many children, including the boy painted here. Her demeanour is not known to have changed.
  • 559 30 28 April, 2018
  • The Junior Maharani of #Travancore with her son and daughter. Sethu Parvathi Bayi was a fascinating lady. She was raised in an orthodox palace, and scandalised everyone with her singularly unorthodox behavior. They said she should lie down when pregnant, but she went out to play golf. She received lessons in Sanskrit, to which she added classes in French. A formidable figure, she did something nobody in her family had done till then--she went out to parties. When her son chastely led their family deity in a ceremonious annual procession, she watched with guests from a pavilion, serving them whiskey.In the late 1930s, to a conservative temple town like Trivandrum she brought Margaret Sanger to advocate birth control. And as an old woman, when she was bedridden, she had a stove set up in the royal bedchamber so she could occasionally cook for personal pleasure. 
Her politics was complicated and brutal. Christians supported her rival, the Senior Maharani, and so when her son came to power, she made them pay. The Senior Maharani herself was harassed, her allowances withheld, her possessions confiscated, her movements curtailed, and during one dispute even provisions to her kitchens suspended.Sethu Parvathi Bayi was not above allowing black magic ceremonies and had "a fondness for intrigue". She was the power behind her son's throne to the extent that he seemed a puppet in her hands. Political agitation was smashed, and when a communist-inspired rebellion was attempted on the eve of India's independence, it was put down with machine guns (the first time after 1809-10 that the people of Travancore rose against the state). In 1947 she even attempted, with the assistance of her minister, to keep Travancore out of the Indian union--an attempt on the life of that minister quickly changed her mind. 
She died in 1983, weak in body but strong in spirit. There were dark, vengeful shades to her, set against a charismatic personality. She was called the "villain of the piece" for all her plotting and intrigues, and for most part she was feared not loved. Yet she made history and shaped the lives of millions of people, becoming Travancore's own Catherine de Medici.
  • The Junior Maharani of #Travancore with her son and daughter. Sethu Parvathi Bayi was a fascinating lady. She was raised in an orthodox palace, and scandalised everyone with her singularly unorthodox behavior. They said she should lie down when pregnant, but she went out to play golf. She received lessons in Sanskrit, to which she added classes in French. A formidable figure, she did something nobody in her family had done till then--she went out to parties. When her son chastely led their family deity in a ceremonious annual procession, she watched with guests from a pavilion, serving them whiskey.In the late 1930s, to a conservative temple town like Trivandrum she brought Margaret Sanger to advocate birth control. And as an old woman, when she was bedridden, she had a stove set up in the royal bedchamber so she could occasionally cook for personal pleasure.
    Her politics was complicated and brutal. Christians supported her rival, the Senior Maharani, and so when her son came to power, she made them pay. The Senior Maharani herself was harassed, her allowances withheld, her possessions confiscated, her movements curtailed, and during one dispute even provisions to her kitchens suspended.Sethu Parvathi Bayi was not above allowing black magic ceremonies and had "a fondness for intrigue". She was the power behind her son's throne to the extent that he seemed a puppet in her hands. Political agitation was smashed, and when a communist-inspired rebellion was attempted on the eve of India's independence, it was put down with machine guns (the first time after 1809-10 that the people of Travancore rose against the state). In 1947 she even attempted, with the assistance of her minister, to keep Travancore out of the Indian union--an attempt on the life of that minister quickly changed her mind.
    She died in 1983, weak in body but strong in spirit. There were dark, vengeful shades to her, set against a charismatic personality. She was called the "villain of the piece" for all her plotting and intrigues, and for most part she was feared not loved. Yet she made history and shaped the lives of millions of people, becoming Travancore's own Catherine de Medici.
  • 753 44 3 August, 2018
  • The year is ending, the deadlines have gathered, and they stare at me, sparking a subtle terror. (This late 19th century photograph shows women of the Mavelikkara family, which was an offshoot of the Kolathiri Rajah's dynasty in north Malabar. In the late 18th century, the invasion of Tipu Sultan caused their ancestress--one Mahaprabha, "of violent, profligate and sordid character", subsequently imprisoned for plotting against her own daughters--to flee to south Kerala, where she finally settled in Mavelikkara. It was from her house that the #Travancore Maharajahs adopted girls whenever they ran out of heirs in their matrilineal line, so that despite apperances, these women were the aristocracy of the land, and from a household close to power, prone to intrigue, and always surrounded by drama. Since my first book, The Ivory Throne, is the tale of two strong women also born into Mavelikkara and propelled to royal status as that age came to a close, it is with this very photograph of the family's matriarchs that I begin what, to me, is one of modern Indian history's most fascinating stories.)
  • The year is ending, the deadlines have gathered, and they stare at me, sparking a subtle terror. (This late 19th century photograph shows women of the Mavelikkara family, which was an offshoot of the Kolathiri Rajah's dynasty in north Malabar. In the late 18th century, the invasion of Tipu Sultan caused their ancestress--one Mahaprabha, "of violent, profligate and sordid character", subsequently imprisoned for plotting against her own daughters--to flee to south Kerala, where she finally settled in Mavelikkara. It was from her house that the #Travancore Maharajahs adopted girls whenever they ran out of heirs in their matrilineal line, so that despite apperances, these women were the aristocracy of the land, and from a household close to power, prone to intrigue, and always surrounded by drama. Since my first book, The Ivory Throne, is the tale of two strong women also born into Mavelikkara and propelled to royal status as that age came to a close, it is with this very photograph of the family's matriarchs that I begin what, to me, is one of modern Indian history's most fascinating stories.)
  • 897 34 24 December, 2018
  • Remembering #Travancore's two Sethus (seen here in a photograph from around 1905) whose historic feud is central to my first book, The Ivory Throne. The book, now almost three years old, tells the story of the rise and fall of this princely state and recalls the somewhat tragic tale of Sethu Lakshmi Bayi (on the right) who chose obscurity and exile at the end of a decades long quarrel. Her sister and rival, Sethu Parvathi Bayi (on the left) prevailed, lambasted, though, in official records as the "villain of the piece" with an unforgiving political mind. What was a personal quarrel between two sisters in their early years had political repercussions when power came into the picture, featuring caste politics, communalism, and ultimately the rise of communism, all of it affecting the lives of millions of people. In the end, of course, their principality was absorbed into the Indian Union--and the very world over which they had fought came to naught. November is the month of both their birth anniversaries--one of the few things they had in common. They died in the 1980s, one of them in a palace that no longer held real power, and the other in a hospital far away from the land she once ruled. It was a strange end for the two sisters, but as with many stories in history, its tragedy became clear only when it was too late to make amends and redraft the tale.
  • Remembering #Travancore 's two Sethus (seen here in a photograph from around 1905) whose historic feud is central to my first book, The Ivory Throne. The book, now almost three years old, tells the story of the rise and fall of this princely state and recalls the somewhat tragic tale of Sethu Lakshmi Bayi (on the right) who chose obscurity and exile at the end of a decades long quarrel. Her sister and rival, Sethu Parvathi Bayi (on the left) prevailed, lambasted, though, in official records as the "villain of the piece" with an unforgiving political mind. What was a personal quarrel between two sisters in their early years had political repercussions when power came into the picture, featuring caste politics, communalism, and ultimately the rise of communism, all of it affecting the lives of millions of people. In the end, of course, their principality was absorbed into the Indian Union--and the very world over which they had fought came to naught. November is the month of both their birth anniversaries--one of the few things they had in common. They died in the 1980s, one of them in a palace that no longer held real power, and the other in a hospital far away from the land she once ruled. It was a strange end for the two sisters, but as with many stories in history, its tragedy became clear only when it was too late to make amends and redraft the tale.
  • 701 15 10 November, 2018

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Padmatheertham, the pond associated with Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple, claims a special space role in the socio-cultural and religious context of historic Thiruvananthapuram. The ancient water body is a silent witness to the history of the Fort area and its environs. At present, the pond represents our cultural identity in the modern urban context.

Ananthapuravarnanam, a 13th-century composition by an unknown poet mentions Ananthatheertham (old name of Padmatheertham) along with other tanks surrounding the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple. Local historians such as V. Narasimhan Thampi maintain that the pond was enlarged in the 14th century, during the reign of Veera Rama Marthanda Varma, who used the earth from the excavations to construct a rampart around Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple. The tank transformed into its present state in the 18th century, after renovations carried out by Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varma and Dharmaraja. Padmatheertham was supplied with a fresh supply of water from Killi River by means of a rivulet by the name Kochar. Subsequent rulers took necessary measures to maintain the temple tank. In 1813, oil lamps were installed on the banks of Padmatheertham. A system of periodic maintenance was also introduced to clean the pond in association with the Murajapam festival.

Padmatheertham holds in its depths many interesting titbits of history related to the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple and the royal family of erstwhile Travancore. During the reign of Dharmaraja (1758-1798), a spy from Mysore, who settled in the Fort in the guise of a mendicant with magical abilities, was drowned in the tank by Makayiram Thirunal, the King’s brother. The tank has a small vault where some sâlagramams brought for the creation of Sree Padmanabhaswamy’s idol is still stored. Later, Sree Moolam Thirunal Rama Varma (1885-1924) made arrangements to store inside the vault, water from the rivers considered sacred, from all over India, enhancing the sanctity of the ancient water body.
  • #ananthapuri #padbanabaswami #temple #temple_pond #padmatheertham #history #heritage #lord #vishnu #kerala #godsowncountry #travancore #princely_states
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    Padmatheertham, the pond associated with Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple, claims a special space role in the socio-cultural and religious context of historic Thiruvananthapuram. The ancient water body is a silent witness to the history of the Fort area and its environs. At present, the pond represents our cultural identity in the modern urban context.

    Ananthapuravarnanam, a 13th-century composition by an unknown poet mentions Ananthatheertham (old name of Padmatheertham) along with other tanks surrounding the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple. Local historians such as V. Narasimhan Thampi maintain that the pond was enlarged in the 14th century, during the reign of Veera Rama Marthanda Varma, who used the earth from the excavations to construct a rampart around Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple. The tank transformed into its present state in the 18th century, after renovations carried out by Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varma and Dharmaraja. Padmatheertham was supplied with a fresh supply of water from Killi River by means of a rivulet by the name Kochar. Subsequent rulers took necessary measures to maintain the temple tank. In 1813, oil lamps were installed on the banks of Padmatheertham. A system of periodic maintenance was also introduced to clean the pond in association with the Murajapam festival.

    Padmatheertham holds in its depths many interesting titbits of history related to the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple and the royal family of erstwhile Travancore. During the reign of Dharmaraja (1758-1798), a spy from Mysore, who settled in the Fort in the guise of a mendicant with magical abilities, was drowned in the tank by Makayiram Thirunal, the King’s brother. The tank has a small vault where some sâlagramams brought for the creation of Sree Padmanabhaswamy’s idol is still stored. Later, Sree Moolam Thirunal Rama Varma (1885-1924) made arrangements to store inside the vault, water from the rivers considered sacred, from all over India, enhancing the sanctity of the ancient water body.
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The Battle of Colachel was fought on 31 July 1741 between the Indian kingdom of Travancore and the Dutch East India Company, during the Travancore-Dutch War. Travancore, under Raja Marthanda Varma, defeated the Dutch East India Company.

The defeat of the Dutch by Travancore is considered the earliest example of an organised power from Asia overcoming European military technology and tactics.The Dutch never recovered from the defeat and no longer posed a large colonial threat to India.

On 5 August 1741, a cannonball fired by the Travancore army fell into a barrel of gunpowder inside the Dutch garrison, and the resulting fire destroyed the entire rice supply of the stockade. Consequently, the Dutch were forced to surrender on 7 August 1741.While the Dutch records mention the date of the surrender as 7 August, some later sources give different dates for the Dutch surrender
  • #colachel #tamilnadu #kanyakumari #colachelwar #dutch #warmemorial #battleofcolachel #travancore #travancorepalace #travancoreheritage #history #heritage
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    The Battle of Colachel was fought on 31 July 1741 between the Indian kingdom of Travancore and the Dutch East India Company, during the Travancore-Dutch War. Travancore, under Raja Marthanda Varma, defeated the Dutch East India Company.

    The defeat of the Dutch by Travancore is considered the earliest example of an organised power from Asia overcoming European military technology and tactics.The Dutch never recovered from the defeat and no longer posed a large colonial threat to India.

    On 5 August 1741, a cannonball fired by the Travancore army fell into a barrel of gunpowder inside the Dutch garrison, and the resulting fire destroyed the entire rice supply of the stockade. Consequently, the Dutch were forced to surrender on 7 August 1741.While the Dutch records mention the date of the surrender as 7 August, some later sources give different dates for the Dutch surrender
  • 7 0 23 hours ago
  • We have the perfect way (and wine 🍷😉) to kick back on a Thursday night..... Join us for City Larder pâté with a selected bottle of rose, white or red wine for $35. 🖤

We are also making available for locals, our 3 cheese 🧀 board with a selected bottle of rose, white or red wine for $55. 
This may become our regular Thursday night gig.... just to nudge us all into the tail end of the week-what do you think?! *Pic kindly provided by Bec and Robbie @citylarder with Daisy’s 🌼creative licence to show this deliciousness fondly consumed by our regulars….it’s a menu keeper!👏 #citylarder #flemington3031 #travancore #ascotvale #melbournewinebar #melbournefoodie #shoplocal #loveyourlocal
  • We have the perfect way (and wine 🍷😉) to kick back on a Thursday night..... Join us for City Larder pâté with a selected bottle of rose, white or red wine for $35. 🖤

    We are also making available for locals, our 3 cheese 🧀 board with a selected bottle of rose, white or red wine for $55.
    This may become our regular Thursday night gig.... just to nudge us all into the tail end of the week-what do you think?! *Pic kindly provided by Bec and Robbie @citylarder with Daisy’s 🌼creative licence to show this deliciousness fondly consumed by our regulars….it’s a menu keeper!👏 #citylarder #flemington3031 #travancore #ascotvale #melbournewinebar #melbournefoodie #shoplocal #loveyourlocal
  • 27 0 20 March, 2019
  • Part of the Quilon-Shencottah (Kollam-Chenkottai) branch line, which in turn is a section of the Quilon-Madras metre gauge rail route commissioned by the British in 1904, the Pathimoonu Kannara Palam (13 arch bridge) is a famous location simply due to its 13 beautiful arches. The road and hence the railway line too, is curved at that spot, which makes it even more aesthetic.

The Kollam-Chenkottai line is 114 years old, and was closed in 2007, only to be reopened in June 2018. The line runs 94km and connects Kollam in Kerala to Chenkottai in Tamil Nadu. It was the first railway line to be set up in the erstwhile Travancore state. The entire line has been converted from metre gauge (1.0 metre track gap) to broad gauge (1.676 metres, or 5ft6in track gap). I'd say the 4 hour detour was worth it. 
#bridge #arches #13archbridge #kollam #railways #british #travancore #detour
  • Part of the Quilon-Shencottah (Kollam-Chenkottai) branch line, which in turn is a section of the Quilon-Madras metre gauge rail route commissioned by the British in 1904, the Pathimoonu Kannara Palam (13 arch bridge) is a famous location simply due to its 13 beautiful arches. The road and hence the railway line too, is curved at that spot, which makes it even more aesthetic.

    The Kollam-Chenkottai line is 114 years old, and was closed in 2007, only to be reopened in June 2018. The line runs 94km and connects Kollam in Kerala to Chenkottai in Tamil Nadu. It was the first railway line to be set up in the erstwhile Travancore state. The entire line has been converted from metre gauge (1.0 metre track gap) to broad gauge (1.676 metres, or 5ft6in track gap). I'd say the 4 hour detour was worth it.
    #bridge #arches #13archbridge #kollam #railways #british #travancore #detour
  • 58 0 18 March, 2019
  • Сегодня мы хотели бы вам рассказать про Индию, а именно - Штат Керала

Описать штат Керала в двух словах невозможно, этот штат считается одним из самых образованных в Индии, здесь богатейшая культура и безумно красивая природа. А еще Керала – родина аюрведы, а потому – кузница здоровья всей страны. Штат растянулся вдоль моря на 590 км, а значит, здесь огромное количество пляжей. В восточной части идут километры чайных плантаций

Климат штата тропический и зависит от муссонов. Здесь бывают два сезона дождей: в июне-июле и октябре. При этом погодные условия очень мягкие, потому сезон здесь длится довольно продолжительно, с ноября по апрель

Во всей Южной Индии наше лето — это мертвый туристический сезон, идут муссоны, стоит жара. Керала не является исключением. Туристов почти нет, многие кафе закрыты. В июне идут частые дожди, море может штормить

Сентябрь и октябрь относятся к низкому сезону. Эти месяцы довольно дождливые. К ноябрю местные жители начинают просыпаться от спячки и готовиться к встрече туристов. Цены на жилье еще низкие

Декабрь-февраль – это самый пик сезона. Стоит комфортная во всех отношениях погода, море спокойное. Но и цены в это время самые высокие

С марта по май стоит самая жаркая температура, может быть немного больше +30 градусов. Туристы начинают разъезжаться, остаются только те, кто живут в Керале круглый год. Цены опять же начинают падать, но полное затишье наступает лишь в мае-июне, так как бывает что и в апреле-мае погода вполне хорошая

#kruizkokshe #kokshetau #tourism #туризм #круиз #круизкокшетау #турагентство #путешествия #отдых #отпуск #индия #керала #india #kerala #travancore #heritage
  • Сегодня мы хотели бы вам рассказать про Индию, а именно - Штат Керала

    Описать штат Керала в двух словах невозможно, этот штат считается одним из самых образованных в Индии, здесь богатейшая культура и безумно красивая природа. А еще Керала – родина аюрведы, а потому – кузница здоровья всей страны. Штат растянулся вдоль моря на 590 км, а значит, здесь огромное количество пляжей. В восточной части идут километры чайных плантаций

    Климат штата тропический и зависит от муссонов. Здесь бывают два сезона дождей: в июне-июле и октябре. При этом погодные условия очень мягкие, потому сезон здесь длится довольно продолжительно, с ноября по апрель

    Во всей Южной Индии наше лето — это мертвый туристический сезон, идут муссоны, стоит жара. Керала не является исключением. Туристов почти нет, многие кафе закрыты. В июне идут частые дожди, море может штормить

    Сентябрь и октябрь относятся к низкому сезону. Эти месяцы довольно дождливые. К ноябрю местные жители начинают просыпаться от спячки и готовиться к встрече туристов. Цены на жилье еще низкие

    Декабрь-февраль – это самый пик сезона. Стоит комфортная во всех отношениях погода, море спокойное. Но и цены в это время самые высокие

    С марта по май стоит самая жаркая температура, может быть немного больше +30 градусов. Туристы начинают разъезжаться, остаются только те, кто живут в Керале круглый год. Цены опять же начинают падать, но полное затишье наступает лишь в мае-июне, так как бывает что и в апреле-мае погода вполне хорошая

    #kruizkokshe #kokshetau #tourism #туризм #круиз #круизкокшетау #турагентство #путешествия #отдых #отпуск #индия #керала #india #kerala #travancore #heritage
  • 30 0 16 March, 2019
  • The tag says it all...... Someone (aka 🌼) has had a crush on the winemaking duo, Laura and Brendan Carter of Unico Zelo for some time. Not only because they come from her home state of SA but because they make bloody good drops 🤓. Thanks to Nick @ Franc about Wines, we were lucky to have a “surprise” meet with Brendan today and learn more about their fabulous wines that we stock and are
looking to add to the list....oh & practice our best “over the fence” pose....Brendan won hands down ✌️ Pop by and try for yourself ...Unico Zelo Nero, Harvest Pinot Gris, Harvest Blanc de blancs -dine and takeaway.

#melbournewinebar #unicozelo #francaboutwine #ascotvale #flemington3031 #travancore #loveyourlocal #shoplocal #thefoxanddaisy
  • The tag says it all...... Someone (aka 🌼) has had a crush on the winemaking duo, Laura and Brendan Carter of Unico Zelo for some time. Not only because they come from her home state of SA but because they make bloody good drops 🤓. Thanks to Nick @ Franc about Wines, we were lucky to have a “surprise” meet with Brendan today and learn more about their fabulous wines that we stock and are
    looking to add to the list....oh & practice our best “over the fence” pose....Brendan won hands down ✌️ Pop by and try for yourself ...Unico Zelo Nero, Harvest Pinot Gris, Harvest Blanc de blancs -dine and takeaway.

    #melbournewinebar #unicozelo #francaboutwine #ascotvale #flemington3031 #travancore #loveyourlocal #shoplocal #thefoxanddaisy
  • 50 2 15 March, 2019
  • Gotta love Autumn and afternoon deck time.🍁 What are we exploring and drinking while the vineyards are working hard to get us the next top drops? 🍷... Latta Coghills Creek Pinot Noir- Non Dos (zero additions)…yes you read correctly ....ZERO!!! We’ve had enquiries about natural wines and pleased to offer this little gem. No sulphur, plenty of plum, red fruit and good funk that you expect from natural wines.

Word on the street is Owen Latta from Ballarat is one of the young guns shaking up the industry, winning young winemaker of 2018. Good to see local Vic talent doing well and pleased to offer Latta in our little wine room.... 🦊🌼🍷 Open today 3-10! 
#flemington3031 #ascotvale #travancore #mooneeponds #lattawines #naturalwine #younggunsofwine #melbournewine #melbournewinebar #thefoxanddaisy #loveyourlocal #shoplocal
  • Gotta love Autumn and afternoon deck time.🍁 What are we exploring and drinking while the vineyards are working hard to get us the next top drops? 🍷... Latta Coghills Creek Pinot Noir- Non Dos (zero additions)…yes you read correctly ....ZERO!!! We’ve had enquiries about natural wines and pleased to offer this little gem. No sulphur, plenty of plum, red fruit and good funk that you expect from natural wines.

    Word on the street is Owen Latta from Ballarat is one of the young guns shaking up the industry, winning young winemaker of 2018. Good to see local Vic talent doing well and pleased to offer Latta in our little wine room.... 🦊🌼🍷 Open today 3-10!
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