We went here for Father's Day with my son, d-i-l, her parents, one granddaughter and d-i-l's half-sister (phew!). We started with the tasting ($5 for a souvenir wine glass and five samples), then took our picnic basket, a couple of bottles of wine purchased from the winery, and some food ordered from the bar. It was raining hard, but we sat outside under a marquee, and listened to a band (slightly too loud) while we did the family meeting rituals.
The wine is, frankly, typical of the region - American native grape varieties, jammy, musty reds and flinty but flat whites. The facilities are attractive and good; they know how to make the most of what they have. The afternoon was almost magical, the band played Sweet Home Alabama and the children danced.