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A family member had a function here. All I can say is that the hospitality service here is very mediocre.
The moment we walked in the OWNER of the winery didn’t even look up to welcome us. I don’t know about anyone else but...during these terrible covid times if I was a business owner of a winery, I would be grateful people were even walking through my door.
Anyway, I found the staff to be on auto pilot with no personalities. They were all young so they could have had a big night the night before.
All the above are the NEGATIVES. The POSITIVES, their rosè Sangiovese was 👌🏽really good. I bought a bottle to take home. Cheese platters and Pizzas were delicious.More
Date of visit: June 2021
MichaelCosta1984, General Manager at Tenafeate Creek Winery, responded to this reviewResponded 19 June 2021
The reason why the "OWNER didn't even look up to welcome" is due to him having macular degeneration. He he legally Blind, and he has very limited sight. He simply does best he can !
Also my staff do a fabulous job and they...More
My family dined at Tenafeate Creek Winery for Easter Saturday and were welcomed by fantastic, friendly and professional staff upon arrival.
I made my booking via email request and was delighted that my request for an inside table to accommodate my elderly mother on a...walking frame was addressed.
We started a tab upon arrival which made ordering much easier and stress free.
The facility has had a recent overhaul and the entrance / tasting counter area is now extremely spacious and light/bright, it looks so welcoming.
Our pizzas were delicious and as our eyes were bigger than our stomachs we were able to take our left overs away in a take-away pizza box.
We thoroughly enjoyed our wines and at the end of our sitting were treated with delicious coffees to end our perfect day with.
If you haven't made a trip to Tenafeate Creek winery please do yourself a favour and get out there. The views from the dining area are to die for and there are so many gorgeous areas to take photos in to capture your memories.
Family friendly - kid friendly and a must do for wine and pizza loversMore
Enjoyed the view, the pizza and a glass of the Rose. Although there is only a small menu of tasty pizzas and other casual style nibbles, we thoroughly enjoyed our time there relaxing with our family. We will certainly go back - such a pleasant...place to have lunch and spend an afternoon.More
The pizza choice is not huge, the cheese plate is OK, the bruschetta is fine, the wine is pretty good. The setting is terrific. You can sit and relax outside or under cover, eat palatable food, sip a great selection of wines (or beer) and...have one of the best views. What a great afternoon. This place does not pretend to be a top class restaurant, it offers you a great place to sit, eat drink and enjoy the surroundings. To me it scores ten out of ten, because it achieves everything it promises. I love the place, and if you want a relaxing afternoon, perfect place to come. I wish their was more places like this around. Not complicated, do small things but do them well.More
Never been before but loved it, the whole atmosphere was excellent, the setting the food and drink and of course the company was a wonderful way to spent Saturday afternoon. The pizza's were just mmmmm thin bases and wondeful toppings
Just a lovely spot, with a great view, tasty (simple) food, and enjoyable sparkling. Caters for couples, like us, or larger family groups. Two sittings on Sundays, but we are going on Saturday with another couple - just nice!
Had lunch at this really lovely looking winery. A bit disappointed with menu you cannot deviate from menu so pizza's are not made fresh. Starters and meal were really tasty. I had the Dakka starters and Margherita pizza.They do get booked out quickly so you...really need to book, also have two seatings. Was quite pricey and you can only get certain wines by the glass. For a winery I think $10 for a glass of wine is overpriced. Think they want you to buy the bottle which these days with someone having to drive is not really very responsible. Wineries have no middle man so should be cheaper than hotels. Service was really great when we first got there but died down once we got our food. Still lovely winery and great scenery. Also very big for a winery i reckon you could fit around 300 people,More
I am not sure re this you would have to ring the winery. However, there is a beautiful cafe/restaurant called Utopia @ Waterfallgully Ph. 83792488 (only restaurant in Aust at the foot of a waterfall) where I know you can do... More
I am not sure re this you would have to ring the winery. However, there is a beautiful cafe/restaurant called Utopia @ Waterfallgully Ph. 83792488 (only restaurant in Aust at the foot of a waterfall) where I know you can do this (I had my 60th luncheon there) & in a National Park. If in winter, a roaring log fire, in a lovely old chalet. It is really picturesque and the food and service was fantastic.
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