This vineyard was our last stop on what had already been a fabulous day on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail. The tables where one could enjoy either a meat and cheese pairing or a dessert pairing were set up outside the main tasting rooms, overlooking the lawns and fall trees. It was gorgeous and relaxed setting. Some of the wineries on the trail offer food parings, but you must stand at the tasting bar while you taste and pair. This is not the case here, and it makes the experience so much more enjoyable. I got the meat and cheese pairing, and my friend got the dessert pairing, and we shared them. Chef Michael Murphy was very involved with the tastings, introducing all of the items on the platters, making wine pairing suggestions, and answering any questions we might have. Both he and Stephanie, who was pouring and describing our wines, were wonderful. I was impressed by the cheese and meat choices, but some of the desserts knocked my socks off. The combination of the Late Harvest Riesling and white chocolate mousse with orange and rosewater essence was such a sensuous bomb in my mouth that I actually groaned out loud in pleasure and grabbed the back of my chair to keep from sliding off it. The experience was a pure delight.