We enjoyed a cheese platter which was plenty for two people. It was lovely to be able to sit outside and let time go by. Good value too.
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We dropped in here on the recommendation of another traveller and we're so pleased we did. We decided to do a 3 cheese/wine pairing. Generous Servings of cheese and lovely wines well matched. We purchased a box of cheese to take home and also sampled...More
Really quaint and ideal place to while away some time. Coffee, Wines and a good selection of cheese boards with outside seating Service was really slow when we visited but as they offer tastings at the counter prior to buying this is is likely to...More
Me and my partner stopped off here today for a cheeseboard and were not disappointed! The lovely lady who served us knew so much about every product which was very interesting. The cheeseboard arrived and looked and tasted amazing and were not disappointed. We will...More
Knowledgeable staff, good to be able to taste the cheeses which are just lovely. Also have chutneys, sauces, salamis etc. We didn't have a platter as we were in our motorhome, but they looked delicious.
If you are interested in a cheese tasting and learning a little more about the nascent art of making cheese from the abundance of dairy in the country, stop for a visit. The young lady behind the counter can definitely help and we enjoyed the...More
We were a fairly big group of friends so we decided to have the sharing platters which were really good. Lots of cheeses with bread, crackers & olives & salmon too.
We stopped in quickly for some cheese samples. They had a beautiful cheese board that we wished we had time for! The cheeses were very good and we picked up a salami, too. They have some other samples as well -honey, chutney, etc.
Visited this winery. Wine was pretty good, but their pinot soaked cheddar cheese was the bomb! unfortunately, they do not ship to the United States. wish they did & hope they change their mind.