We visited here on the mission to conquer all the wineries on KI and although this place is a bit out of the way but the drive down there is beautiful and so worth it. If you're visiting here you should check out Cape Willouhby...More
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We learned from the local paper that Chapman River was re-opening for four days over Easter, and hot-footed it there for a superb lunch. What a pity that it only opens for special occasions. If you get a chance to go, don't miss it!
The quality of the wine we tried was average, although we did grab a bottle of the Rose which was definitely their best offering. On the day we visitied, we were told the cellar door was closing for good in a few days so this...More
Went for tasting with couple friends. The lady working there Helen, was so rude to us. The setup there is beautiful but she detracts from it completely. Couldn't believe it, the comments she was making could only be described as rude. Took an immediate dislike...More
We visited this place after seeing it on Getaway TV show. Very relaxed feel with comfortable seats and tables in a big barn type building. The manager looked after us as if we were v.i.p guests. The platter was fantastic, fresh cold meats, pickled vegetables,...More
What a wonderful place! Quirky place that use to be the plane hanger. Combustion fire, paintings, sculptures, lounges. Great hosts who have real conversations with you. Loved the Chardonnay - bought some to take home. Very generous measure @ only $6 a glass. Shared platter...More
This is a wonderful place to eat. It is in a barn, with relaxed furnishings and interesting art work on the walls. The hosts were most pleasant and welcoming. The shared platter was lovely with a great selection of foods to share. They even catered...More
We came upon this winery after a bit of a trek on difficult roads but it all worthwhile. The welcome is warm and friendly, the knowledge of the wines is excellent. Highly recommend this place.
We visited here on a Saturday. It was a bit of a treck on unsealed roads and wasn't all that inspiring to look at. However the service was very helpful and friendly and the platter of local food was to die for. Cheeses, salami, ham,...More