The name cosecha (co-say-cha, Spanish for "harvest") reflects the location next to the harvest area where grapes are sorted and crushed at Noble Hill. Ingredients are grown on the farm where possible, and they maintain a thriving pepper and vegetable garden which you are free to explore during your visit. They serve breakfast and lunch all day. Specials are crafted each day based on the freshest local ingredients.
Their bocaditos are small plates that are made to share. Choosing a few bocaditos for the table is an excellent way to start your meal and experience a variety of latin flavours. Their platos include traditional favourites and modern latin dishes with an emphasis on fresh ingredients and refined flavours.
From the garden you will have a view of the lawn and reservoir. This area is perfect for families: kids can enjoy an individual picnic basket on the lawn under the shade of a willow tree. Their deck is built above the barrel maturation cellar, with glass windows that allow you to look down on future vintages of Noble Hill wine and views of the harvest area, vineyards, and Simonsberg mountains.
After your meal, you can enjoy coffee, tea, and dessert on one of their comfortable couches or borrow a blanket to take a nap on the lawn under the shade of an oak tree.
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Wednesday - Monday: 10:00 - 17:00