I love this place. It is not pretentious. The owner has a long history in the area and not some multi national corporation or have a daddy with deep pockets. Nice wines and down to earth people. What else can you ask for. This year we stopped in to check out their lunch and buy a few bottles of "the Big Take". Richard..the owner was in the midst of harvesting but still had a few minutes to stop in for a chat. Over a few days in the area we had lunch in a number of the "Glitzy' wineries including Tin Horn Creek, dinner at Hillside but for quality and flavour, and price the food at Misconduct was the best. A nice tapas menu that didn't break the bank featuring some chorizo sausages, calamari, marinated vegetables, a nice hunk of baguette and a glass of wine for a reasonable price. We will be back.
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