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Dine on sumptuous local cuisine in a restored 1893 church, take your pick from a portfolio of award-winning wines whilst you relax and enjoy the alpine splendor. Located 25 minutes from Queenstown, at the Cromwell end of the Gibbston Valley...more
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Rapid 2323 | SH 6, Gibbston Valley, Queenstown 9351, New Zealand
Will soon be more about the beer than the wine.
Wines very average and the beer is ok but pretty much standard fare.
The cheese board was ok. Whitestone cheeses and a few bits and pieces but not enough biscuits to go with it.
Nice enough stop to try half a dozen wines, the cellar door is in an old church that has been relocated to the site. The new owners are setting up a craft brewery and already offer beer and wine tastings.
We were so looking forward to our wine tasting and pizza that we enjoyed on our last visit. Unfortunately no pizza or food, $10 per person wine tasting with free wine tasting on purchase of 3 bottle of wine....
Sad to see so many changes...More
This winery is a labour of Love, It is on the wrong side of the valley for all sorts of reasons but the wine maker has created the most enduring wine. This is not Jug wine!
Their last Sauvignon blanc vines that yielded only every...More
We visited Waitiri Creek on the Queenstown wine trail. This was the second time we had been to Waitiri and to be honest I was more impressed the first time than the second. Don't get me wrong the man taking the tour was lovely and...More
There is something about this winery that keeps drawing you back. Yes, the ambience is superb with its old church giving it an unforgetable style and charisma. It is not as big and commercial as some of the neighbouring wineries and that gives it a...More
Visited as part of a wine tour. Lovely little venue in a former Presbyterian Church. The scenery surrounding the building is superb. The staff were friendly and gave lots of useful information. Tasted a range of wines, but did like the Pinot Gris the best.