We visited the winery recently (our second visit). They have really expanded in the last few years. They have some very nice wines (mostly Italian style) which are reasonably priced. We really loved the Leggero Chardonnay. I also liked the Sangiovese and the Viognier (very dry). My hubby liked the Nebbiolo and Cab Franc. So there are nice wines for all to enjoy. They also allow you to taste a guest wine (the Thibaut-Janisson Sparkling Chardonnay) which is wonderful, but expensive. The person who did the tasting was very nice. The grounds are beautiful and they have nice places to sit and enjoy a glass of wine, or play bocce ball, horse shoes or corn hole if you care to linger for awhile. It's a great place to have a picnic and spend the afternoon.