Someday, I'm going to visit this winery on a sunny day, when I can enjoy a glass of wine on the deck overlooking the pond, or take a picnic into the oak grove in the middle of the vineyard. But so far, every time I've visited, it has poured! But the wine is good, the tasting room hosts friendly and accommodating, so much so that they let us bring our "outdoor" picnic into the private tasting cellar when the bottom dropped out. The site is beautiful, not too far off the beaten path. It's a real treat to get into the country, without having to drive too far.