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Treasure Hunting in Mudgee – The Logans

8th March, 2011
Jenny Butler
Tuesday 8th March 2011

Today we visit Briar's sister and brother-in-law's winery, Logan Wines. Peter and Hannah have so kindly offered to give away a mixed dozen of their wine to one lucky Design Files reader.  All you need to do is leave a comment and let Briar know your favourite shop of all time!  Huge thanks to Logan Wines for their great prize! - Jenny x

As Lucy mentioned yesterday, one of the reasons I have spent the past 7 years visiting the region of Mudgee is because my brother-in-law Peter and my sister Hannah own Logan Wines. The Logan cellar door and their home is at Apple Tree Flat, which is about twenty minutes from town.

The view I never get tired of from the Logan cellar door as seen above.

The Logan geese will greet you on arrival.

I had to snap a photo of my favourite wine, Hannah Rosé - love the taste, love the label. Pete made the wine for my sister on their wedding day (what a sweetie). I also couldn’t leave out a photo of Sophie, the Logan dalmation. I think she’s the most glamorous dog you will ever find on a farm.

The Logan range of wines.  I’m pretty sure I have tried all the varieties.  Yes, that’s a lot of wine.

My sister’s collection of succulents - much like mine.

Gumboots are a must to look the part exploring the surrounds of the Logan home.

Hannah is a collector too, and I love that every time I visit there is something new (but often vintage) to check out.

Here is the exciting some of you already know, Hannah and Peter have given me one mixed dozen of their beautiful wines to give away to a reader. All you have to do is leave a comment between now and Thursday this week!  I wouldn’t mind learning something from your comments, so please let me know your favourite shop of all time.  It doesn’t matter what city you are in, or what it is the shop sells. We will pick a comment at random and a case of Logan Wine will be delivered to the winner’s door.  Check back in, as we’ll announce the winner on Friday.

- Briar x

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