Back to basics: Seresin organic apprentice Erin Kenyon, 18, from Tauranga, milks a jersey cow.

Source: Marlborough Express

Marlborough's Slow Food group was treated to a little slice of the simple life on Saturday with a visit to the land of milk and honey.

Seresin Estate near Renwick is best known for its viticulture, but beneath its grape growing exterior the company's biodynamic philosophy based on the work of Austrian Rudolph Steiner has created a few other simple pleasures.

Beehives produce honey while the fresh milk from jersey cows is churned into butter or whipped into cream.


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