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27 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 1027 votes, average: 5.56 out of 10

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Reviewed by Christine Andrews - 9 April 2011 at 12:20
Discoverer Winefly - 48 farms visited and 49 reviewed.

The good thing about this winery is it is open longer hours than most on a Saturday and Sunday. Its open 10.30am – 4.30pm.
This is not much of a winery, and we heard that the grapes aren’t even locally grown, but come from Somerset West. I was not a fan of the wines here, nothing jumped out at me. You can check out my review on my blog at http://westerncapewineries.blogspot.com/2011/03/whalehaven-walker-bay.html

 
 
Reviewed by Cobus Coetzee - 28 March 2011 at 17:00
Explorer Winefly - 137 farms visited and 92 reviewed.

had ok service and yhe wines are average!

 
 
Reviewed by Johan Smuts - 24 March 2011 at 10:05
Discoverer Winefly - 64 farms visited and 16 reviewed.

Their Pinot Noir and Merlot is good

 
 
Reviewed by Jacques Weidemann - 27 September 2010 at 06:09
Firefly - 196 farms visited and 146 reviewed.

was OK, the idiom range is good…doesn’t have the feel of a winery though..

 
 
Reviewed by Jan Langenhoven - 23 May 2010 at 09:42
Super Fly - 261 farms visited and 200 reviewed.

Use to like there Idiom and then they changed the wine maker.

 
 
Reviewed by Maggie Mostert - 16 May 2010 at 20:33
Firefly - 222 farms visited and 197 reviewed.

Not great.

 
 
Reviewed by Hennie Coetzee - 19 March 2010 at 22:52
Super Fly - 255 farms visited and 188 reviewed.

The original wine that hooked me on Pinot Noir. Was very disappointed with how the wines had slipped since I last visited the place. Not what it used to be.

 
 
Reviewed by Genie Botha - 23 February 2010 at 17:45
Casual Winefly - 20 farms visited and 2 reviewed.

My favourite cheap wine is Whalehaven’s Old Harbour red. Such good quality for the price. And the Pinot Noir is one of the nicest in the valley.

 
 
Reviewed by Diana Procter - 27 December 2009 at 17:45
Super Fly - 275 farms visited and 175 reviewed.

The Idiom wines are great. The tasting room experience is a bit hit and and miss. We’ve had wonderful service and we’ve had the opposite.

 
 
Reviewed by Andrew Chigorimbo - 18 May 2009 at 13:11
Lord of the Flies - 380 farms visited and 304 reviewed.

above average wines. the idiom range makes for some interesting and unusual varieties.
they do have great staff and a welcoming wine maker

 
 
Reviewed by Madame de Wyn - 25 April 2009 at 15:59
Lord of the Flies - 369 farms visited and 468 reviewed.

Bad smelling Pinotage, annoying “wine flies” at the counter and the most unfriendly host ever! Never to re-visit.

 

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