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Reviewed November 4, 2017

We did the wine tour and tasting. It was interesting and informative seeing how the wine is made and the history of this old (by Margaret River standards) vineyard. There is a great collection of artworks to view that adorn their labels. The wine is good, with the chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon the best. I did think the tour was a bit expensive at $25 per head and had expected a more formal sit down tasting for that, rather than the standard one at the bar as if we had just walked in. We enjoyed lunch after with excellent food and service albeit rather pricey.

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank Lynne690
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Reviewed November 4, 2017

We had a wonderful tasting experience at the cellar door at Leeuwin Estate. You have to pay up front to taste the wines but that is deducted from the purchase price paid for wines that you buy. The setting is beautiful with lovely gardens. The tasting area is very modern. The staff member who served us was very friendly and very knowledgeable about the wines. Of course the wines were excellent as expected. I particularly enjoyed the Art Series Shiraz at the more affordable end of the price range. The Siblings Margaret River SBS was a revelation to me. I am not a great white drinker but this was a marvellous crisp refreshing wine of a blend I was not familiar with but became increasingly familiar as we visited more wineries in Margaret River. If you are wine tasting in the region, you must include Leeuwin Estate.

Date of experience: April 2017
Thank LindsayMann
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Reviewed November 2, 2017

We booked lunch in advance for two families. After we had sat down and ordered , which was very efficient , the adults disappeared for a spot of wine tasting. Kids were drawing on provided drawing sheets.
I won't make this a wine review but Leeuwin Estate is one of the best known wineries in this area. Its Chardonnay in particular is world famous.
The setting is outstanding. The seating and views over the grass are wonderful. And if the kids want to run off and play then you have a perfect viewing point ..
The food was very expensive. It was nice, portions were not large, and if I'm honest probably not as good value as elsewhere. However we were there for the overall Leeuwins experience so we bit our lips and carried on.
Even though pricey , it's just one of the locations you have to tick off the list on any visit to Margaret River wine region...

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank Mark B
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Reviewed October 29, 2017 via mobile

We visited on a Saturday night expecting a nice meal at a wine estate. The food was great but the service was average and we were left with empty wine glasses for a while. There were also children running all over the restaurant and crying, which we really weren’t expecting. Wouldn’t go back.

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank steffandavies26
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Reviewed October 19, 2017 via mobile

This is a very established estate that also provide a good dining experience with Australian/Asian fusion food. A full course lunch will set you back by $100; coupled with wine pairing another $82. When we were there, more than half of the patrons were Asians with young children and was somewhat noisy. A good number of the service staff were Asians, including one from Japan. The restaurant is certainly on the international tourist map as you need to make advance reservation even on a week day to secure a table. It was full when we were there.

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank emster2029
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