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High Tea with perfectly matched Wines

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Come and relax in the beautiful surrounds of our vineyard, enjoy exceptional pastries created by renowned Xinruo Wang, Pastry Chef previously from Daci Daci Patisseries and Burch & Purchese Sweet Studio in Melbourne.

The pastries are made to enhance both the wine and the pastry when paired together. This is an opportunity not to be missed.

Designed to be shared between two people. $75.00 per person, includes 2 glasses of wine

Includes coffee and tea if requested.

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