Not to be a snob, but I am. Let me be clear about a few things here:
THIS IS NOT A RESTAURANT! It’s a wine tasting room. Quiltingranny said: " The food selection was huge." I don't know if LDV went from a massive food menu in August to a couple of platters -- especially never having a proper kitchen, but as of October 3, 2013, there is not a huge selection. Cheese, sliced Salumi and dipping concoctions (pesto/tapenade) is the extent of the food here. A decent value for the platter I saw, which was the most expensive: common and artisan cheeses, artisan salumi and other bits. The platter was large and full with a nice variety of tidbits.
This is NOT a wine BAR. It’s a wine tasting room. They also offer tastings of cider (real cider, not that apple stuff you give the kids) and beer.
I've been to few tasting rooms that had a "great selection." This and many other comments from previous reviews for LDV can be misleading. I'm in Las Vegas, A great wine selection means an entirely different thing to me.
LDV features mostly small producers from California. While there are good snacks, don't expect a wine list with a bunch of producers you've heard of. Hooray for featuring the local producers and educating the people about other grape varieties! If you are new to wine and just want to sip on a few things and hear about who made it and why, then this may be a fine place to go. They even have a pretty good German Riesling. However, there are VERY FEW classic wines and few wines that are not local producers.
The web site is in need of some work: I tried to contact 3 of 4 of the owners, via the email addresses listed on the web page, before I visited. They all bounced back and one of them was misspelled.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.