As I do say for each review - the taste of wine is very individual so my great may not be yours and your great may not be mine so . . . . Very nice location in a converted rustic barn. Lots of room to sit and relax. Staff was friendly but did come across a little bit pretentious because of the way they are told to present the wine. When to have it, what to have it with, what it will taste like and what other wine to follow it with. They are high at $9 to taste 5 short pours. Since it is summer they gave a sixth tasting of their Sangria. By my taste their wines were good to quite good. The food pairings they give are a mix of cheese, meat, and chocolate, all about 1/8 of an inch in size. While they do elicit flavors it really doesn’t make any sense to have. So you know what the wine taste like alone, then you know what it taste like with a piece of chocolate and a piece of goat cheese. Yep the wine taste different but sitting down with a bottle with chocolate chunks and goat cheese with each sip is not how I drink my wine. The wine itself is very pricy for the area. I got two bottles of stock red and with the tasting it was over $70. Also unlike many wineries in the area the tasting was not free when you purchased a bottle or two of wine. Worth doing the tasting if you have never been there before but then after just buy a bottle and sit and enjoy it on site with friends.