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“Pembrokshire`s hidden gem”

CWM Deri Vineyard Restaurant
Ranked #1 of 1 Restaurants in Martletwy
Cuisines: British
Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed 15 July 2014

Very easy to get to, signposted well and within a lovely setting. We had a lovely stroll around vineyard. Dogs welcomed and excellent for families, farm animals great for children. Food was excellent, sampled local cheeses and wine tasting just an added bonus. Excellent shop and restaurant.Atmosphere lovely, clean, staff very friendly and helpful. A must see and highly recommend to anyone visiting the area. Also website excellent for follow up purchases of cheeses and wines.

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Reviewed 28 June 2014

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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Reviewed 6 May 2014

Saw this Vineyard advertised in What's on near Tenby and thought it might be a bit different. And how different - a real experience. First of all the trip from Tenby to the vineyard along winding narrow lanes full of spring flowers and birdsong. Not too difficult to find using the SATNAV and post code. Then the tasting - over 20 fruit infused wines and spirits, together with a cheese platter to enjoy whilst looking over the whole valley. Notes included on each wine/spirit and enough of each to make a real choice. Follow this with a walk round the vineyard and to see the farm animals. What a superb way to spend a morning. Will definitely return for the lunch, but unfortunately we'd not long had a big breakfast!

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Thank GillyJ_11
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Reviewed 4 May 2014

As group of 4 adults, we visited this interesting place for a different experience, and we we not disappointed.
The short stroll around the vineyards (also had a few beehives at a safe distance) at your own casual pace, with beautiful views all round was lovely, and the small animal petting corner was a nice little stop point before the stroll started and it also ended at the same point.
Inside the large conservatory restaurant with sprawling views to behold, we enjoyed a 3 course menu while sampling small tasters of approximately 21 wines, ports, whiskeys, meads & also 2 non alcoholic drinks (the tasters are just enough and we shared our tray between 2 people) with a sheet explaining the wines and flavour with prices in full, which was very helpful), you can really taste the difference with locally made wines rather than mass produced drinks.
We also had a cheese board with some lovely locally produced cheeses and also chutneys to accompany with crackers and grapes.
All tasted produce was available to buy in the small but plentiful stocked shop, adjoining the restaurant conservatory, where you can also view the bottling room for the wines.
The food we had was absolutely lovely, and all sourced very close to the region, and you could really taste the difference. The eggs came from the little petting area we had just visited.
The staff were very welcoming, informative and tentative and very friendly and helpful.
I thought our stay wold be brief, and we ended up enjoying every minute of the 4hrs we stayed.
they also do Sunday lunched (booking essential) and I believe Friday & Saturday evenings, their chef really is very good.
Definitely worth the visit

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Reviewed 2 May 2014

After a short self guided leisurely walk around the budding vineyard, passing the beehives and a short stop at the small animal petting corner it was onto a set lunch in the conservatory and our wine tasting session. Our tray between two of 21 wines, ports, whiskeys and liqueurs & 2 non-alcoholic for the drivers was presented to us for tasting at our own leisure with a full name and description of every wine tasted which were made and could be bought on site. The food, well what can I say, every produce sourced on site and locally. The poached egg accompanying my salmon starter was laid that morning from the petting area onsite and the quality and flavour of the food from the Italian chef who also makes his own bread (& does so each morning) to accompany the food was second to none. After the wine tasting and food we were presented with a cheese board with hand baked bread, cheese, grapes & crackers on a slate cheese board which was outstanding. After that we were able to look around the onsite shop which sold everything from the menu, onsite made honey and wine and local produce. The service we received from Paula was outstanding. She was very welcoming, informative and a pleasure to be around. I will definitely be returning and was pleased to know that they also do Sunday lunch

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