We stopped in on a Sunday afternoon, four adults and one infant. Surprised at how big the place was. Really was expecting something more quaint and farm-like, but the building is gorgeous and I could see folks having events there. Everyone's taste for wine is subjective to me, but this place had a nice mix of what I would deem higher quality wine down to a very simple drinking wine. The Big Boy Blend was my favorite overall and think it will age well. We each did the wine tasting ($5 for 4 or 5 tastes). Don't normally pay for tastings in other places, but $5 is reasonable. Like the little description sheet they give with each and the server was so-so about describing each.
Probably the thing that made it better overall was the full kitchen. We enjoyed the brie appetizer and split a pizza, which were both delicious. When you are used to getting just cheese and crackers, this is a great addition.
As I said, the service was ok, nothing amazing but certainly not bad either. The owner came over at one point though and answered our questions, sharing a little more about the winery, which was very nice of her.
Overall it's a great place worth stopping at for an afternoon.