Food & Wine April 26, 2017

Taste of Te Motu

Look no further for your next Waiheke vineyard experience with the Taste of Te Motu seasonal plates at the family-run boutique vineyard in Onetangi Valley.

 

Te Motu’s tasting menu in the cellar door setting is sure to tantalise your taste buds, currently offering chicken liver parfait with sour cherry mostarda, pickled shallots. The star of the show cured ora king salmon with linseed crackers, beetroot relish and dill sauce. A cheese plate featuring Mahoe Farm blue, Mahoe Farm edam, honey walnuts, oat biscuits, fig, apple. Complete with locally made Franco’s potato sourdough and Matiatia Grove olive oil and mixed marinated olives. Coupled beautifully with a tasting of three wines or a glass of Dunleavy Rose 2016 for $39 pp.


“My philosophy for food is to keep it simple, keep it healthy, make it full of flavour and most importantly, make it with LOVE.”

Bronwen Laight

 

Producing only 2,000 cases on average per vintage with a specialty for cellaring, Te Motu produces premium Bordeaux- style wines under the Dunleavy and Te Motu labels.

 

Nestled amongst the working vineyard, The Shed is Te Motu’s award-winning restaurant. Chef Bronwen Laight, originally from Canada and with ten years’ international experience, calls Waiheke Island home. Bronwen’s philosophy for food is to keep it simple, keep it healthy, make it full of flavour and most importantly, make it with LOVE. She uses high quality local ingredients, much of which is grown on the property, creating innovative and flavoursome cuisine that matches perfectly with the world–class Te Motu wines.

 


Te Motu

76 Onetangi Rd, Onetangi | 09 372 6884 | temotu.co.nz


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