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Such a shame - after doing the vineyard walk we were very excited to come across Te Motu. $20 for a tasting per person - and average wines - soooo disappointing! Thought they were actually taking the mickey with the price. Nice spot but so...More
TeMotuV, Manager at Te Motu Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago
Hi Taryn, I agree, 5 wines for $20 may seem a bit expensive for a wine tasting,
but as we specialise in barrel aged Bordeaux style dry reds we like to include a few heavy hitters that have spent bit of time in the cellar...More
Not really my type of wine as what they have is almost all dry wines but my husband enjoyed it. The hostess was a little distracted as she was trying to host our tasting on the main floor and a tour group upstairs at the...More
We visited this winery 3rd during our tour. It was OK, much more casual than the first two, but the host, although very nice, kept disappearing between wine tastings. Not sure why? It left the group to talk amongst ourselves, which was nice, but I...More
Of the 5 wineries that we visited on our recent stay on Waiheke, this was by far our joint favourite with one other. The winery is in a stunning location surrounded by hills covered in vines and the cellar door is beautiful when you walk...More
We visited this winery on a bus wine tour. The wines were all red and the ambience out under the umbrellas very pleasant. The winemakers were very informative. On the way out we found a one off white wine, but this was not to be...More
. Boutique experience, wine, food, and love. I started from a large winery nearby, was Kind of tourists, very disappointing so I switched to TE MOTU next door, which not only value for money, but also romantic, pleasant, and very tasty. Keren care that the...More
We got two tastings a half hour before close and the server was still serving another group after we left well after close. Very polite people and willing to let us finish out tasting and stay late. They gave recommendations for nearby places too. The...More
Thanks for your query. Yes, there is a walking track between these two properties. As it crosses private property it is important that you get clear directions from either Obsidian or Te Motu before setting off... More
Thanks for your query. Yes, there is a walking track between these two properties. As it crosses private property it is important that you get clear directions from either Obsidian or Te Motu before setting off - the track is well marked and takes 15 to 20 minutes to walk.