We visited several wineries on our way back to Sydney from Cooma. All of them were interesting, in one way or another.
One place used an old, one-room schoolhouse as its cellar door, which ironically was where the local Temperance Society used to meet in the 1920s. (Photo below.)
At another place, we met the winemaker, who was an Italian immigrant who came to Sydney in the 1950s with his brother, operated a tailor shop with him until the 80s, and then picked up winemaking, partially because it reminded him of his grandmother and the old country.
We are having a lot of fun exploring the Southern Tablelands region of NSW.