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Went on the way to lilydale falls, the staff were very friendly, the wines worth a tasting, and although we did not have a tasting platter, they were huge and looked fabulous,Mandy for $54 they would serve 3. Rustic long share tables to eat the...lunch and then a walk through the church which is indeed crooked. Lunch also is served until 4pmMore
Stopped by for wine tasting and lunch with friends twice over the Christmas period. Beautiful location off the beaten track with wine & food to match. Would be an ideal location for a wedding.
Staff helpful and friendly!
Date of visit: December 2019
LeaningChurch, Owner at Leaning Church Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 24 January 2020
Delighted that you have enjoyed your Leaning Church Vineyard visits during the festive season - thank you so much for bringing your friends to our cellardoor. We look forward to welcoming you again soon....
We decided to stop off at the Leaning Church Vineyard for lunch. We had never been there before and decided to give it a try. The four of us participated in a wine tasting before we had lunch, and decided on a bottle of Pino...Noir to accompany the platters we had ordered. The food was amazing, and the size of the platters were enormous, we struggled to get through them.
After lunch we had a look around the grounds. There is a beautiful little Chapel and an outdoor area with magnificent views where weddings and other functions can be held. We sat down for a while just absorbing the beauty of the vineyard and peaceful surroundings.
Will definitely be going back.More
We dropped in for a tasting and stayed for lunch, which was a tasting plate to share. The wine tasting was well done and the wines enjoyable. The tasting plate was a great range of foods which we really enjoyed.
Date of visit: November 2019
LeaningChurch, Owner at Leaning Church Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 5 November 2019
Thankyou so much for visiting Leaning Church and we are delighted that you enjoyed our grazing platter for lunch. We look forward to welcoming you back again soon! 🥂🍾
Exceptional Chardonnay and Pinot noir, and very good bubbles! Knowledgeable and friendly crew. Go the share platter, very good. Start with the pate and you know your in for a treat! Beautiful grounds, rolling hills. Quintessential Tasmanian hospitality.
Came here unannounced on way out from Launceston. Friendly knowledgable lady took us through the wines and we bought a couple to take with us. We were too early for lunch however it us a beautiful venue and the lunch menu looked fantastic. Place to...visit again on our next Tassie visit.More
Beautiful little gem to finish our time after the waterfalls. Had the Tasmanian shared player, absolutely delicious food. Pinot noir was perfect w the platter! Thank you! Chicken liver pate my fav!
Date of visit: March 2019
LeaningChurch, Owner at Leaning Church Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 26 March 2019
Thank you so much for visiting our Leaning Church Vineyard and we are so delighted that you enjoyed your wine and food experience with us. We look forward to welcoming you back to Leaning Church again soon. 🥂🍾
Was our first stop at 11.00am and we had a number of wineries to visit. Reflections says we were at a great spot first up. Fantastic host - free tasting - what looks like a shack turns out to be a hidden gem. Wines were...great - would return for a meal next time around. Funky is the word.More
Date of visit: February 2019
LeaningChurch, Owner at Leaning Church Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 14 February 2019
So delighted that you enjoyed your time with us at Leaning Church and we definitely look forward to welcoming you back for a long relaxing lunch next time!
Visited at random whilst driving around the Tamar region. This is really a lovely spot. Lunch, wines, whiskey were all great. Quail influenced by Western China spice is interesting....the ma without the lat......bring a designated driver