We stopped in with friends and tasted some wines at the cellar door, then popped into the adjoining restaurant and had lunch. It was a grey day but the expansive view across the undulating vineyards was still engaging; the rustic building of timber, stone and iron is welcoming and warm. Both the guy in the cellar door and the waiter in the restaurant were really good value - friendly, knowledgeable and excellent at what they do (it seems we were fortunate not to have the rude waitress described in so many other reviews). The food was marvellous - expertly cooked, beautifully presented and - most important!! - seriously tasty. Among our group we sampled a rich and delicious vegetable curry, a fabulously colourful black pearl barley and vegetable risotto and the confit of duck. Good coffee, and wonderfully tangy lime tarts for dessert were a fitting end to a lovely meal. Rather pricy but for the standard of the food and service, reasonable value.
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