Bird in Hand Winery, Woodside

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 110 reviews on the web
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  • Great visit to Bird In Hand on a bleak day. Wood fire and friendly staff made a warm welcome. Wines are always delicious and staff have very extensive knowledge of every wine catering for all palates....  read more »
  • Friends of ours recently organised a winery tour and opted to book us into the group tasting experience at Bird in Hand. By far the best winery of the day! We paid $15 per person and were given our ow...  read more »
  • I visited the Bird in Hand winery on a day off during a recent work trip and somehow left with 6 bottles tucked under my arm. Located in a beautifully designed building, visitors are immediately greet...  read more »
  • Came in from Brisbane after tasting htheir wine at the Bulimba festival last year. was brushed off by restaurant staff to go to cellar tasting area. The staff were knowledgable but i came away with feeling of a degree of wine snobbery. I have been to many wine regions in the world for tastings and private tours and never felt like i had been treated at this establishment. They might want to go up the road to artwine to learn about customer service
  • Pretty disappointing. Wine is awesome not to take away from that but as a group of 13 walking in we weren't expecting that we'd be immediately accommodated. Told that due to policy we could could not take a wine tasting. There was a large group that arrived at same time and shortly after - yet we were still here drinking wine purchased over the bar which we were more than happy to do. Customer service 0. Would it have been too difficult to say we can't take you now but this is what we can do for you and offer an alternative? Why hold your customers to a policy they wouldn't know anything about - was the place packed. No. We're the staff stressed with pressure. No. One win though - smashed Landis at table tennis 3-0 #winning
  • We had a mixed experience. The grounds are lovely and they offer picnic rugs for you to have a picnic out on the lawn. However, after paying a $15 premium on top of a ~$50 bottle of wine in order to drink the wine on site, we were advised that we couldn't eat our own food (despite no signs suggesting that we couldn't). We were forced to buy a $30 antipasto platter, which was ok but overpriced, and then noticed that other people eating their own food weren't asked to stop. This was disappointing and considering that the winery is doing very well, I think that allowing people to bring their own food would be a positive for the winery. For future reference, there is a winery close by(which in my opinion has better wine) that allows you to take your own food and doesn't charge you a premium for drinking the wine on site.
  • Beautiful venue with fantastic wine and food that matches! I've been several times for tastings and weddings and have never been disappointed. Standout wine = Nero D'Avola and for those who like bubbles, the sparking pinot noir
  • If I had my time again, it would have been better served pulling up a chair at the BWS on the way. Wine was amazing, but the service was the let down. Their staff must be working for free given the amount of interest they showed in our experience.
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