We've been there a number of times over the years, and expected another 5-star experience for the five of us.
Service was topnotch, before dinner in the lounge and during dinner. Nice extensive wine selection. Appetizers were very nice. They grow much of their own food, which is a nice touch. And, the ambiance in the restored barn is wonderful.
So, why not a "5"? While the entrees were original and tasty, the quantities left much to be desired, especially for the price paid. Caesar sald was tasty, but about half of what's usually served. Two of us ordered Gnocchi. Interesting interpretation with pickled cauliflower, rhubarb and other root vegetables, but the entire dish was about one cup, and contained six small pieces of Gnocchi. The fact that it differed so much from what I expected didn't take away from the dish, but it's small appearance and quantity certainly did. My wife ordered the lamb, one of the more expensive entrees. Nice presented, but two very small pieces of lamb.