First things first. This is a restaurant with a bar. It is not just an attraction.
We went in for lunch on a Thursday at 11:30 AM. The place was deserted! But by the time the food arrived, it was filling up nicely. The atmosphere is very up scale and there is a huge window looking out at the landscape. Not a great view, but great light.
I ordered the prime rib French dip sandwich. This was a great choice. It is a bit messy to eat as the melted cheese and mushrooms were leaking out of the sandwich. But the taste was great. My wife ordered the Kobe hamburger. It had a very large bun and is so big it is hard to take a bite without squeezing the sandwich together. This was another great choice.
This is a winery and the wines we tried were great. And surprising, the servings were overly large. We are used to seeing a wine glass without about a third of the glass full. This was well over half full, and it was not a small glass.
Of all the places we have eaten in that area, this is by far the best.