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Stopped to do a wine tasting and have lunch with my partner. Upon arriving, waited 20 minutes. While waiting to do a tasting, other couples arrived. Unlike us, they were greeted and invited to taste the wine while we were left waiting. Safe to say...More
Went with another family ready to spend money on lunch and some wine. Was there within the advertised open time (a Friday, about 1:30pm), there was even an "open" sign at the entry.... But then a rope was strung across the driveway saying it was...More
Stopped by for a tasting. Served by a lovely English girl who went through the wines with us. Was very wet but could see the potential for the beautiful venue with a bit better weather. Left with a few nice bottles.
We asked Tia and Ash if we could hold our wedding there and they were excited to do it. The setting was beautiful, the food was delicious and the service impeccable. The feedback from our guests were nothing but great.
We wanted a casual and...More
4 of us turned up to celebrate a friends birthday and right from the moment we walked in the door we were created with friendly staff. Ash was our host at the cellar door whilst Tia looked after us In the restaurant. Tapas was on...More
The wines at Lost Lake have always been a favourite of mine for many years now however more recently they have a new chef that has created a menu that along with the wines makes for a simply sublime experience, we were fortunate enough to...More
Having driven past this winery when travelling into Pemberton on many an occasion it was time to drop in for lunch and see what they had to offer.
It may not have the spectacular entry which entices you in, but step out of your car,...More
Beautiful fresh food using local produce with options of sharing platters, mains and starters on relaxing deck with customer service that was welcoming and attentive. Children's menu available. Very under rated to look at but should not be missed.
My boyfriend and I visited Lost Lake looking for amazing wines, and incredible food and that was exactly what was given. The owners are very lovely people and should be proud of the atmosphere they have created. Its a stunning interior, which leads directly out...More