I prefer really good red wines, which is what I was told this place had in abundance. I went for the premium tasting menu and was stunned at the mediocrity. They told me it was a matter of laying the wines down for another 3 years or so, and they did not use the whole grape in the fermentation. What this results in is a very light, acidic and vinegary wine. The so called reserve was $69 a bottle and just not worth it. I spent the last 7 years in the UK and bought and drank Aussie, French, South African and Italian wines. The US west coast cabs, merlots, and blends from paso robles, sonoma and napa can hold their own with the french and others. In the end, I went to a wine store in encinitas and bought a mixed case of california and aussie reds. Will really have to pay much closer attention next time. My fault for not reading Trip Advisor first.
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