The first is not a sentence. The others are. #2 and 3 are overly poetic for me.
Are the following sentences natural English?
1. Enjoying the beautiful view and tasting the good wine, so nice time for today!
2. We feasted our eyes on the beautiful scene.
3. They stood drinking in the beauty of the landscape.
4. At Christmas you go riding to enjoy the view.
5. The housemate wanders over to the window and surveys the scene.
4 is grammatical but I can't understand the logic of only going riding at Christmas to enjoy the view. What's wrong with the view the rest of the year?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Two friends of mine are principals in the band Trans-Siberian Orchestra. One of their songs, Wizards in Winter, has been used many times to "choreograph" the lighting of Christmas home decorations. One of them is in this video. A sight worth seeing.