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Donay M wrote a review Feb 2020
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Such a cute spot right in the centre of town. Amazing wine, amazing cheese and meat board and amazing service! Loved every minute of it!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Georgia wrote a review Feb 2020
Queensland, Australia7 contributions5 helpful votes
Finally! A bar I could order cider! The staff aren’t super friendly, but it was also really busy when I went, so I can understand they may have been stressed. In saying that, the staff are attentive. Definitely felt that once you finish drinking, get out ASAP. However, I would go back for the cider
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mummonemo wrote a review Feb 2020
Brisbane, Australia42 contributions35 helpful votes
Mick is crazy, fun and loves his job. Great cozy relaxed atmosphere. Great wine. Great place to have a pre dinner drink before going next door to Niseko Pizza for dinner.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Tom H wrote a review Jan 2020
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When you are over draft beer and ramen, this is the place to visit in Niseko to enjoy wine. It has a great wine selection, which you can also buy to take away, but better still, it has Mick and his team, who will happily entertain and educate you about the wonderful world of wine. With an electric mix of wines by the glass at reasonable prices, we enjoyed aged NZ Sauvignon, local Japanese wine, lots of Australian and French wines, a few from Oregon and California and a couple of cracking Italians, spanning new and traditional varietals, and best of all, nothing ‘natural’. And if they don’t have something open that you like, just ask and they’ll happily open a bottle. Plus they even have some funky craft brews to quench that apre-thirst! Such a fun place in a town with limited wine choices.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Peramiell wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia81 contributions13 helpful votes
Mick and Emily are awesome. The place is small, but definitely worth the visit. Get there early so you can grab a table, there's not many. Mick and Emily were both very attentive and welcoming and knew what they were talking about in regards to alcohol. If you don't know what you want, they are more than capable of offering options for your palate. If you like what you drink you can buy bottles there. Great atmosphere and place to relax after a day on the slopes.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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