This place is not open and hasn't got any closed signs out on the highway so you drive quite far only to find out it isn't open
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Despite being a little "off the beaten track" this little gem of a find was well worth the slight diversion to get to . . and as other reviewers have eluded to, not so much a vineyard as cafe/restaurant This suited my partner Claire and...More
Work lunch prior to Christmas. Meal looked lovely, but was cold. Vegetables difficult to eat as were not cooked. If you have dentures, would be difficult to manage the vegetables. Salad also difficult to eat for some as red cabbage to thick-no offer of extra...More
We had a lovely day / night there on our work do. Badminton was set up outside which was so much fun. Lovely day having drinks in the sun and then a delicious hot ham Buffett at night. A lovely place!
Went to a wedding here and had some of the most amazing home cooked fare you could ever expect to have. Absolutely awesome food to die for and thoroughly recommend a visit here.
Great Eggs Benedict. Lovely location - lovely on a sunny Sunday morning. Service was great - helpful and friendly. Recommended.
To clarify for visitors mainly interested in the wine; such as ourselves, this cafe is adjacent to the vineyard and serves Opihi wines, but is not a winery and is a separate business; the grapes are taken north to Lone Goat winery in Burnham, vinified...More
This is a lovely cute rustic wee winery nestled away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. It was our plan to celebrate Mum's birthday and not to be at home for the 4th Anniversary of the Canterbury Earthquakes and we couldn’t have picked a...More
Thank you so much for the feedback. We are thrilled to have let you have a day to relax and enjoy. We have passed on your comments regarding Riley and he is boosted by your kind words. Hope to see you again soon.
We had enjoyed a nice lunch at Geraldine and saw this by chance as it's on a back road between Geraldine and Pleasant Point, so we stopped in and enjoyed a glass of their locally produced wines. What a beautiful setting ! It's a historic...More