Faber Vineyard, Baskerville

3.5
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Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
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  • We were the uncomfortable witnesses to the owner ranting extensively at a silver-haired couple who dared to politely ask if they could sit at a table different from the one allocated. The abuse was... 
    We were the uncomfortable witnesses to the owner ranting extensively at a silver-haired couple who dared to politely ask if they could sit at a table different from the one allocated. The abuse was...  more »
  • Having previously enjoyed lunch at this winery with my daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren, I was keen to take my partner, who, being of Croatian descent, had grown up in the Swan Valley. Our... 
    Having previously enjoyed lunch at this winery with my daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren, I was keen to take my partner, who, being of Croatian descent, had grown up in the Swan Valley. Our...  more »
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  • It was an average experience at best, saved only by the service and knowledge of the young gentleman during the tasting service. Unfortunately, the entire experience was overshadowed by whom I assume to be the owner (short, bald guy with his pictures all over the walls and literature) who saw fit to lecture my group and I as we were about to leave and he asked if we would like to buy any of the wines today and I responded with, "No, thank you. Not today". He immediately retorted with "You know the reason you come to a winery is to buy wines right?". His tone was so condescending that I was gobsmacked and simply responded by smiling and nodding my head. He continued saying, "I'm not trying to be funny. I'm being serious. You come to a winery to taste and buy wines. We serve you, give you good food and hospitality, and in return you buy wines. If you're not going to buy wines then you shouldn't be visiting wineries". These were his exact words (if not verbatim, it was very close). Fortunately for him, I am quite conflict-adverse, and simply continued smiling blankly as he left to call the younger gentleman over to finalize our Groupon (who, once again was nothing but pleasant) and we left promptly after. Honestly, sir, if you are reading this - the reason we did not purchase any of your wines is very simple: They are not good. In fact, they are among the worst I have tasted as would be evidenced by the amount we discarded into the bucket on our table. I do not claim to be a wine connoisseur, far from it, but the variance in flavours and complexity in your wines are appalling. They are mostly very light, simple wines that taste diluted. Let me be perfectly clear. We paid for this. You did not do us any favours. We did not deserve to be treated that way. In fact, neither I nor anyone in my group have never been spoken to like this at any of the wineries we've visited. You have every right to your opinion and you should keep it that way. Fortunately, the sharing plate was delicious and our server was good. You have a good crew and you're lucky to have them.
  • The best small winery in the Swan Valley, we had a fantastic Friday afternoon a couple of weeks ago, drinking the fabulous Rose whilst enjoying an amazing platter. Highly recommend, the service, knowledge and wines are second to none

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