LaBelle Winery, Amherst
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Had dinner with my sister- in-law and food was great. Had to wait awhile before being waited on but ate at the bar because we didn't have reservations and the wine was great. Seemed like they were sho... read more »
For a Saturday night getting a reservation for a party of 5 was easier than other local restaurants...maybe because it was later (7:30 pm). Our waitress was friendly & the food was excellent; however ... read more »
I've attended two events at Labelle Winery. One for work, the other , a wedding. I have to say this place is just fabulous.....At our company event, we were treated to all kinds of tasty little tapas ... read more »
We stopped for a glass of wine and checked out Labelle Winery. What a wonderful place! We had a pleasant conversation with Caesar about the winery while enjoying a fabulous summer sangria and Tarimusu! Hopefully the spelling came out right! We will be back to try dinner and buy a few things. Thank you! Tammy and Andre'
Absolutely beautiful venue and perfect! Love the wine, love the people (Joanne was so knowledgeable and fun to talk to about wine) and the venue was impressively attractive. Highly recommend it!
We went here for lunch on Father's day and we're very underwhelmed. The menu and flavor combos sound fantastic and had our hopes up. We decided to split the roasted chicken tartine and the carbonara. I'll start with the good. The tartine was great, although it's technically a panini, not a tartine. The chicken was moist, the fig aoili was delicious, and the flavors were perfectly combined and balanced. The frites which accompanied it, however, were barely warm and many were small and burnt, almost as if they were the end of the batch. Also, they were served with Heinz ketchup in a fancy little ramekin. If you're going to charge 15 bucks for a sandwich and frites, at least have a house ketchup or serve it with one of the aoilis that you already have on the menu. The carbonara was possibly the most disgusting I've ever had. As an Italian, a foodie, and someone who calls carbonara his favorite dish, this pasta was a pathetic attempt at the dish or even as a dish in general. The pasta is homemade, but overdone. The "sauce" tastes like semi cooked egg yolks... No flavors of cheese or any spices, just egg. Lots of egg. The guanciale was very fatty... It really needed to cook more to let the fat caramelize and develop the flavor more. Overall, I would have been happier with a disgusting, Alfredo-esque carbonara made with bacon... It probably would have been better. All in all, the beautiful location and ambiance are let down by food which is overpriced and mediocre considering it's quality.
LaBelle is one of our favorite places to go for lunch. The food is excellent and the wine is delightful.
LaBelle's Winery is fast in becoming my 'favorite place' to go. I have been twice and from the time that you step inside, it shouts" Welcome, we're glad that you are here"! The food is excellent, the service is excellent and the atmosphere is warm and inviting. They showed us compassion as we arrived with my elderly cousin. The manager was awesome, courteous and personable. We even got to meet the owner! Everyone was real, no fakery here! I have NEVER experienced customer service quite like this! I would recommend this fine restaurant to everyone. I cannot wait to go back! Thank you LaBelle Winery for getting it right!!
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