The wines are something else and the ambience is straight out of rural France. Sit outside with a glass of wine and enjoy
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We stopped here for a wine taste and then a glass with a cheese platter. Beautiful wines including a sparkling Chardonnay mix and 2 Cab Sauvignons. We ended up having a glass of Sauv Blanc (gorgeous) with our cheese. The place obviously caters to the...More
Three of us came to D.P. for a wine tasting, but put it off until after lunch. What a good idea! We started by sharing an antipasto that included outstanding pâtés along with a variety of meats and cheeses. We had a variety of main...More
Lunch today with friends and the food was outstanding. Probably the best charcuterie we've ever had, and the presentation of all the courses was a delight to see. Then all the flavours were beautiful. As you would expect the wines were beautiful. We will certainly...More
Sparkling Rose is the bomb!!! All their wines are great but the sparkling rose takes the prize. The grounds here are so beautiful, from the driveway it feels like you are escaping to France. so good.
You cannot beat the outdoor setting on a nice warm sunny day with views over the Yarra Valley to the north. The winery is nicely decked out and the wine good. The service was fine as well. The food offering was good, tasty and was...More
Lunch menu was delicious. The seared salmon was very tasty and dessert options were plated up with style. The staff were really friendly and so helpful. We settled in for the afternoon and were not pushed along.
Had lunch here with a big family. We had a big table in the barrel room. Great service, very relaxing.. I had the char grilled salmon entree as a main. I'm glad that I asked for it to be 'cooked through' as it is otherwise...More
Randomly stopped in here, the sparkling rose is beautiful and the cab sav is fantastic. Friendly staff.
I have been here a number of times and keep going back. Perhaps it is for the charming French people they always have as tasting staff or the possibility of seeing Ben or his father Dominique, but mostly it is for the delicious wines. Always...More