The Rare Hare restaurant is a very modern dining experience with long share tables and plates of food that are very well suited to sharing as a group (the bigger the group, the more of the menu you can sample). Typical Italian staples such as cold meats and rustic bread dipped in quality olive oil frame the menu and the fruit and cheese dishes provide the finish to a delightful experience.
The wines are sold under two labels with Rare Hare being the cheaper (but very drinkable) at around $30 per bottle. The Willow Creek Vineyard label wines are more expensive at closer to $50 per bottle, putting them outside the “buy and try” range of many wine tasters, and to be honest they are not going to be to everyone’s liking at the price.
Our favourite was the Rare Hare Shiraz Grenache but we have found better examples of the variety for cheaper in regions such as the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale.