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Vasse Felix is worth a visit to experience the gorgeous drive into the property, and the wine and restaurant didn't disappoint. A lovely outlook over the vines, and great food and service, a memorable experience.
The vineyard is lovely, grand with dark colour decor. There is also an art gallery within for you to enjoy wine with art.
The restaurant above is one of the best restaurants I have tasted within Margaret River. Very unique tasting experience! Warm service and...More
We stopped in for some wine tasting and tried several very nice wines. The young lady was very knowledgeable and friendly. We then headed upstairs to the restaurant with a good selection of starters and mains. The beef dish was divine, the beef cut like...More
An amazing experience today, with an incredible mix of food from Emu to Brussel Sprouts. Service was what you would expect in a restaurant of this quality - attentive but not overwhelming. Loved the option of half glasses of wine to allow a few tastings...More
This property is stunning. From the babbling creek to the outdoor art. We had been drinking this wine on the Indian Pacific train on the way to Perth, so had to visit the winery. Great range of tasting at a good price point.
My wife and I spent a lovely few hours sampling the wines. Grace was an absolutely amazing host and was more then happy to impart her knowledge on the region and the terrific wines.
Sample the wines, buy a glass of your favourite, sit in...More
Ah, piddle paddle! Didn't have time to dash about from winery to winery on our short holiday so randomly chose This One on This Road. Took a stroll of the extremely gorgeous grounds tastefully planned and manicured with huge sculptures and sparkling brook, tender lawns...More
Vasse Felix was the 1st commercial winery in Margaret River. Many of its vines are now over 50 years old. The building is beautiful and the cellar door a must see and do. Go here for classic Margaret River varieties. All their wines are available...More