My wife and I returned to Chateau Faire le Pont after a near five year absence. We never considered a swift return to the winery, since the wines then were mediocre, at best. Happily, the five years between visits was kind to the wine. The selection is broader, and far more drinkable. Several of the wines are actually very, very good and almost worthy of their price-point.
The winery's restaurant, on the other hand, is less memorable. A handful of the items we had (Manhatten Clam Chowder, and the Prime Rib) were fine/average, but rest (Bacon-wrapped Scallops, Steak Medallions, side vegetables, salad and dressing, Bread Pudding desert) were poorly cooked to the point of being amateurish. First year Culinary School students do a far better job.
This is a decent winery playacting as an eatery. It's not a place I could ever recommend for the food, but is worth a quick stop to try the wine.
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