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Idiom Wine Da Capo Vineyards
Description: The vineyards that bear the fruit of Idiom are called “Da Capo” which means “from the beginning” or “from the Cape” in Italian, a reference to the fact that the vineyards were carefully laid out and planted on the farm for the first time in 1999.We Opened the Idiom Tasting Centre in 2016. We offer a beautiful Lunch venue with Spectacular views accompanied by great food and word class wines. We also offer various wine tasting options.
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Description: The vineyards that bear the fruit of Idiom are called “Da Capo” which means “from the beginning” or “from the Cape” in Italian, a reference to the fact that the vineyards were carefully laid out and planted on the farm for the first time in 1999.We Opened the Idiom Tasting Centre in 2016. We offer a beautiful Lunch venue with Spectacular views accompanied by great food and word class wines. We also offer various wine tasting options.
Reviewed 22 June 2018 via mobile

Lovely location. Attended the Italian wine festivals. Well organised and worth the ticket price. Lots to drink and big variety of foods to try.

Thank Rosheen H
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Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

Phenomenal wines, beautiful setting but average food. One of the rare places who’ll present you with a wine tasting selection at the table before ordering. We had a pizza to share, hamburgers, pork belly and the cheese and meat platter. Food was fine except the pork belly, which was not well prepared, dry and tasted like reheated food.

Thank CoolRamblings
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Reviewed 1 June 2018

This restaurant is situated well away from habitation on the side of the mountain. The views from the restaurant are stunning. It like a hidden world, beautifully kept lawns, views right over the surounding valley and mountains.

The seating is well spaced and comfortable. Service is good, but the wine list tends to be too focused on their own product.

We found the menu a little limited. The only fish on the menu was Salmon, and not being a fan of farmed salmon, that was a non starter for us. We liked their starters. I had a vegitarian dish which was a first for me, it was very good. My main, Balsamic Beef Filet, which was requested medium rare was over coooked. It was sent back and another Filet was produced which was a near enough medium rare. Frankly I think the main reason for the over cooking was that the meat was not matured. The beef was too young. The manager did offer to take it of the bill, but as I consumed the replacement that was not necessary.

The bread and other accompanyments to the meal were very good. They certainly make an effort to make it "Fine dinning".

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Thank Al D
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Reviewed 23 May 2018

We went for a boxing day meal and ended up going back again a week later. Every course was delicious. The restaurant is nice inside with stunning views of the mountains, all the way down to the see. It's bright and airy inside. It's great for an occasion, or if you just want to nip in for a pizza. Can't wait to go back.

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Thank Chillyourbeans
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Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

We swivelled our table so we could both admire the beautiful views over False Bay on a perfect afternoon. The lunch started with a surprise complementary glass of sparkling wine for our anniversary. Service was friendly and welcoming. The menu has an excellent variety of dishes. My started of crumbed livers lost the subtle flavours. Mains of biltong crust fillet and pork belly was very good. We both enjoyed the desert of chocolate fondant and ice cream - rich and decadent. Thoroughly enjoyable.

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