Te Whau Vineyard, Waiheke Island
(3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Loved every minute of our evening here. The service was on pointe and the food, oh the food! A little pricey but no one can fault spending money on fabulous service and meals. A shame it was raining a...  more »
  • Stunning setting, well worth driving out to. If you are lucky enough to get a balcony seat, the view is hard to beat..! The view is over a steep vineyard heading down to Okahuiti bay. Very friendly an...  more »
  • This was the third of the wineries we visited. The views are incredibly stunning, so that alone would be worth a visit. It seemed to be a bit off the beaten track so unless you are on a tour, it might...  more »
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  • Possibly the best views from Waiheke ,the wines are terrific and the food the best. Book a table.
  • Great view, great wines... but pretty expensive!!
  • The view is great, but if you are looking for a top notch restaurant with great food and service, you are recommended to go somewhere else. We went there for lunch today, and honestly the overall is far from what Metro magazine reward winning restaurants should be. At the entrance the wine tasting is on the left and the restaurant is on the right, no reception or greetings could be received when I stepped in even though some waitress saw me, when I went to restaurant counter, a chef said to me" hello", I said I would have a table please, the chef said" go to wine tasting area, people there will sort it out". Finally had seats, I ordered a glass of Chardonnay from their vineyard, crab salad as entree and fish as mains. Shockingly, human hair was found in the crab salad!!! Waved to the waitress but was ignored, we had to go to tell them. A glass of Chardonnay is $20 but it tastes very plain. To conclude, overall has no comparison to French Cafe, Grove or the Meredith in Auckland except the view, completely waste money to have meal there.
  • The staff were amazing! So helpful and professional! Great view, food and experience!