Though I can confidently recommend a "general" visit to Signorello (e.g., classic tasting room visit), my primary recommendation is to do the Enoteca Experience, a 90-minute small group tasting that integrates a sampling of both small lot and general distribution wines with corresponding food pairings prepared fresh in their own kitchen by a master chef.
Though there is an educational component (the experience is guided by a Signorello official who shares some of the winery's history, wine making philosophy, and background on each wine) this isn’t a formal class on wine/food pairings. The overall tone is fun, informal and familial (by the end of my journey, I knew where all of my fellow participants grew up, how many pets they had, and what they loved about wine; I’d heard about the French style of wine making from the winemaker himself, who wandered into the room by happenstance and stopped to chat with our group; and I learned the stories behind some of the formidable culinary creations when the chef himself popped in and out to talk with us at random).
I would definitely do this again. For $65 (a very good value, considering that many mediocre wineries charge $20 for wine-only tastings of their mass-market wines. Signorello is a winery that produces a small number of relatively low-volume, artisan wines) it is quite reasonable, not merely for the food and wine but also for the intangible value of having a great time relaxing and chatting with others in a nice environment.
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