During the summer of 2011 we tried to visit as many Connecticut wineries as we could fit in. One of the last ones we went to was Dalice Elizabeth. We had a Groupon for a wine and cheese tasting. The first thing we noticed when we arrived was that the bathroom facilities consisted of a porta-potty. The tasting room was small, it was alright, but not up to the standards of all the other wineries we had visited that season. It could probably not accomodate more than eight people at a time, but had some charm with tables made out of wine barrels. Only four wines were included in the tasting, which made it kind of expensive, but we had the Groupon, so we thought it would still be worth what we paid. Then we were told that they didn't have any cheese! We weren't very impressed with the wines, and the host seemed as if he had somewhere else he would rather be. We did decide to buy one bottle of wine, only to be told that it was not available. Can't understand why it was included in the tasting. Delice Elizabeth was also the only winery we visited that summer that didn't give us a commemorative glass. There really wasn't anything good about the experience.