I came here as part of an organized tour of 50. The stuffed ravioli hors d' oeuvres were delicious, but were cold by the time we were served. The salad was iceburg lettuce, never a favorite of mine, with some fruit and a bland dressing. The main course, which was good, again was on the luke warm side. There were no knives provided, and it's hard to cut meat with a fork. The chocolate truffles for dessert were really good, but served on a doily minus a plate. It seemed like they were trying to cut down on the number of dishes they had to wash.
The restaurant is part of a vineyard and a couple of the wines we tried were very good, but others were not that great. Wine pours were pretty generous. The staff was friendly, though they REALLY push the wine sales the whole time you are there.
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