Review Your Cellar Door Experience
Have you recently visited our humbled little cellar door in Great Western? Why not share your Best's experience with others!
We love hearing feedback from people who have stopped by our cellar door and spent some time exploring our historic winery. Share your thoughts and experiences with us so we can spread the word to others contemplating a visit. Do you have a suggestion? We love hearing those too, so be sure to note them in the form below for us to consider.
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“Lovely wines, knowledgable staff and I love the self guided tour.”
"We have just been to the best winery I have EVER been too!!"
"1st class winery with a great range of superb wines to taste before you buy. Also access to a self guided walking tour thru the winery is a must."
"We were impressed from the moment we entered the cellar door which is set in a stable constructed in 1867 and has loads of atmosphere."
"I really enjoyed Best's wines and out of the 3 wineries I visited, this was by far the best! (Pardon the pun!!). The wine was beautiful, the staff were very friendly and appeared to really love the place they worked and the setting of the cellar door was nice and cosy which was great for a cool winters day. Thoroughly enjoyed and well worth a visit.
Visited June 2016"
"The tasting room, decorated with historic artefacts, was warm and inviting on a cold winter's day. Before tasting the wines in Best's 150th year, we set off to do the self-guided tour of the historic cellars. This was very interesting and informative. The staff were friendly and knowledgable. We especially enjoyed the Bin O Shiraz. There are outdoor tables and chairs where you could enjoy a cheese platter with a glass of wine on a warmer day.
Visited June 2016"
"Family run winery with history to boot. This year is it's 150 year of operation, the cellar door sales building is an old rustic original log built structure which houses an array of history of the family and it's plantings and an amazing walk through cellar (Guided or self-guide). We spent 2 or so hours here learning a little snippet of the processing of the wines and also delighted in a tasting plate of anti-pasta with numerous tastings of the rich wines on offer. My favourite the Riesling and the Dolcetto, don't forget we all have different palates so your favourites will vary from mine.
Visited April 2016"