We visited Chabivin for a tasting and picnic "experience". What was meant to be a mini treat for my boyfriend on his birthday turned into a 40 minute or less pitstop. I had booked a month prior and confirmed the picnic and not once did they mention construction work would be taking place on the plot (farm is over stating). Drilling, hammering and grinding greeted us on our visit. The tasting compromised a sip of three wines whose grapes don't originate from their farm but rather different farms around the province. The pictures displayed are a stretch for what you actually get for your picnic 3 olives, 2 cocktail tomatoes, 3 slices of cheddar cheese, a cut of brie, a half fig as well as 3 slices of cold meats and a fly encrusted salad of limp leaves is a better description. Their explanation " We are opening a restaurant on Friday", suggestion then not to have people come whilst busy if you ever hope to have repeat business or if you would like people to suggest the place to their friends. AVOID AVOID AVOID. Go to the JC le Roux tasting 10 minutes away or even Spier for a better experience, better food and better service.