After having a wonderful visit and conversation at Cherry Hill Winery with the winemaker, our next stop was Stoller Vineyards, which was recommended to us by some local friends. We arrived at 4:40 (we planned to be there by 4, but traffic was terrible in the area) and wanted to buy a bottle of wine, and enjoy the view. We were told that they close at 5, and would not sell us a bottle at this time (to drink on the premises), but they would be glad to do a tasting ($15 per person) which we decided to do, since that was our only option. Beautiful setting, great wine, perfect temperature, but the guy behind the bar was not friendly, seemed he just wanted to get out of there by 5. We left by 5:30, but there were still guests at the winery, could have had our wine after all and been on our merry way.
This was our experience, I say go to the winery, just make sure you give yourself plenty of time before 5 =) And be prepared to pay the $15 fee per person, you can have it waived if you buy 2 bottles of wine per tasting.