My wife and I were visiting friends at Talbot and were given a tour of the Pyrenees Wine Region by the 'locals'. We happened upon Warrenmang Vineyard on a showery Monday around lunchtime. It was harvesting time. We rang the office from the tasting area telephone and a woman came down from the administration area to take us through the wines and the history of the wines and the vineyard. After purchasing a few bottles we ventured up to the bar & restaurant and had plans to have lunch on the balcony overlooking the vines. The rain put an end to that idea and our hostess insisted we take a seat in the restaurant where we enjoyed a beautiful platter of antipasto, marinated mushrooms, olives, ham, prosciutto and cheeses with an amazing bottle of shiraz cabernet. We felt privileged to be the only group in the restaurant and have such wonderful hospitality bestowed upon us. I think a stay here during the cooler months will be on the cards. I will spread the word of this establishment as they deserve to do well. Thank you for a memorable lunch with good friends, good food, good wine and a great hostess.
Mark from Waterford West QueenslandMore