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TarraWarra Estate Cellar Door

48 Reviews

TarraWarra Estate Cellar Door

48 Reviews
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Mr. President wrote a review Jul. 2020
Beijing, China3,164 contributions498 helpful votes
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The wines were pretty good. Nice estate and grounds. 10 bucks for the wine tasting. Free if you buy a bottle. It was nice but there were other wineries I enjoyed more.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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John Z wrote a review Jan. 2020
6 contributions3 helpful votes
After a long absence, we went to Tarrawarra Estate for a winetasting (there is a winetasting fee, which is refundable upon purchase of a single bottle puchase, which is quite reasonable) & lunch, for my wife's birthday. The wines were very good & reasonably priced..lunch was excellent with great service, thanks Olivia...i can recommend Tarawarra Estate as both winetasting & lunch experience... thanks again..
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Richard H wrote a review Dec. 2019
Torquay, United Kingdom243 contributions88 helpful votes
We dropped in here for a wine tasting, it’s a lovely place in which they’ve invested a lot of money in the tasting room and restaurant building. We tasted 5 wines, starting with the Chardonnays and went on to the Pinot Noirs. They have some very good wines. The restaurant looked nice but we didn’t eat her as it was still early.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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dbdoran wrote a review Nov. 2019
Corlette, Australia11 contributions1 helpful vote
Visiting from NSW called in to this picturesque winery hoping to sample the wines as we approached the cellar door we realized there was a $10 surcharge for wine tasting. So disappointing. Also gallery not open on a Sunday
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Traveller88Melbourne wrote a review Oct. 2019
Melbourne709 contributions101 helpful votes
Set into a hill & reminded me of the Hobbit dwellings of LOTR fame. Neat! Even if you don't do any tastings ($10) or purchase anything - have a look see. We did not bother with tastings but settled for a glass of pinot noir rose ($13) which we shared (got an extra glass) & after we finished viewing Archies - as we liked it so much, bought a few bottles of the same before leaving.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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