Although the building is attractive from the outside, with its sort of pseudo Roman architecture, oh how dismal it is inside. The cafe seems seriously old fashioned, and suffers from terrible acoustics. While we were there, there was a constant stream of staff passing through with metal trolleys. These made a terrific din, so even if we'd been shouting at each other it would have been impossible to hear anything that was said. The lighting in this room comes from a glass roof above, and doesn't add anything to the ambience. The gift shop had no outside lighting, was dim and unattractive. Really, it's just a place to pass through on the way to the cafe.
I would have given fewer than three points, but I think this is a fairly pleasant place to walk, on designated footpaths, up through the vineyard. There was also an art exhibition on upstairs from local, fairly talented, amateur artists, which made the experience more worthwhile. I can't comment on the wine-making tour because we didn't do it this time.
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