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Small off the track but worth the visit for people that know and appreciate good wine and good value.
Super granache. Try the red dodge Shiraz and the Hubertus reserve.
Very nice cab and the black myria sparkling Shiraz is heads above many others.
This is quite a nice place to go wine tasting in the area .This is quite an experience as the cinders do not expect you to buy wines but taste 😜I really think this is a good place to start free wine tasting in a...More
We stopped here based on the recommendation of a local pharmacist that we just happened to meet with who told us about this "hidden gem". So glad that we followed up. The owner was a very engaging and knowledgeable about doing clearly loved his craft....More
Never having heard of Foggo Wines, we pulled into the car park being uncertain of what to expect. We left knowing that we had found a gem...along with a case of wines we loved. Their wines are not subtle...all of them have an explosion of...More
I recommenced visiting Foggo Wine small place nice and cosy. Go the 3 Sheds Grenache wow exceptional... The spend the time with you and talk through everything you wish to know and make you feel welcome. I will visit when ever I am at McLaren...More
Lovely place where they make wine as they used to years ago.
The cellar master is very friendly and gives you a valued welcome and explains each tasting. Great place to visit and the prices of their quality wines are very reasonable.
With some of the oldest Grenache vines in the region, and a wide variety including Shiraz and Cab Sav, Foggo is a must visit. The owner is extremely friendly, but not pushy at all - even willing to open up as many fresh bottles as...More
If you like a good drop of red, make sure you come to this little understated vineyard.
The approach they take is to make wines with no chemicals. As the owner (Herbert) said to us, he likes to make a wine they want to drink....More
We stopped in here whilst visiting a few wineries in the area. The cellar door is quite small but reasonably charming. There was another couple already there talking to the host, but other than that there was no one else around. We didn't get much...More
The cellar door is not much to look at, this place should use a major overhaul (razing it to the ground would be a good start) but it's more than made up by the owner, the atmosphere and the wines. It was my first visit...More