We enjoyed a good lunch on the restaurant's patio. The food and service was good. What is remarkable about this wine estate, and worth supporting, is that they have chosen to empower the workers on the estate (the workers share part of the land and sell their wine) and to encourage cultural community enterprises - such as a community choir. When we were there someone from the estate gave a talk to a group of foreign visitors. Lunch only.
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