Having been to the area several times in the last few years, I am happy to have found this place.
By chance after buying some of their products in Tenby, I noticed they were located close by and a web search showed that they offered walks around the vineyard, wine tasting and a restaurant, as well as ability to see the bottling room.
We arrived and had a walk around and checked out the animals on site, returning to the main building we were ready for lunch and wine tasting.
The menu was simple but all options sounded lovely, and it was a struggle to choose.
In the end I decided on Home Made Pate as a starter, Spanish Omelette main, and Creme Brulee for pudding. Everything exceeded expectations. The Pate was flavoursome just the right side of coarse and the accompanying chutney was perfect. The Spanish omelette was a great colour, cooked well, and with an abundance of vegetables and chorizo. The Creme Brulee (one of my favourite desserts) was a nice balance of rich cream and burned sugar, with a lovely fruit compote to accompany it.
The wine and liqueur tasting selection was lovely and great value (21 for £6.50) and all were described well on the accompanying sheet of notes.
Highly recommended to anyone who is visiting the area.
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