Spent a whole Saturday afternoon here. Thoroughly enjoyed the wine tasting and also took the time to enjoy the gardens.
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We turned up on a Sunday just before midday. We hadn't booked as it was a last minute decision. The staff were so rude, we have never returned and never will. Talk about snobbery. It was disgraceful.More
Unfortunately I think you may have written on the incorrect Trip Advisor page? The Yering Station restaurant has not been open for the past 20 days as we were closed for renovations (just reopened today August 29th). Were your comments for the restaurant or cellar...More
I'm not really a food expert nor do I know enough about wine to provide any insights, but I have to score the restaurant 5-star for the thoughtful dinning experience.
My mind was blown away when I tried for the first time in my life a shiraz with 3% viognier. We decided to go for a bottle for lunch and ended with a 2006 that not only had a mindblowing bourket but also an astonishing...More
We visited on a quiet weekday afternoon and found it a really relaxing experience. The grounds were also vast and beautiful and it is nice just walking about even if you are not wine person. The lady serving us was really helpful and gave us...More
Got there too early for lunch and so sat in the glass corner drinking coffee with the sun streaming in the window, could have sat there all day. We were then seated at a table along the glass wall in the dining area with magnificent...More