For a wine dinner priced at $50 per person, we expected our meal to be served on something nicer than plastic plates, and our water served in something nicer than small plastic cups. That seemed to "cheapen" the entire experience. The wine was very good. The people were very nice. The food was okay, but seemed like it was catered because the some of the dishes that were supposed to be "hot" really weren't. For example, we had a beef dish that was supposed to be hot but the beef was cool (I only took one bite because it made me nervous). The portions were very small (think Tapas-type servings). We were hungry later. The dessert was very good but wasn't served with anything other than water (no coffee or tea). We were disappointed. The wine dinners we attended in another state (before we moved here) were much nicer, served larger portions, and provided more detailed presentations on the wine. We'd have liked to hear more about the winery providing each wine, the owners, the history of the winery and family, etc. - things you can't easily find online. Just hearing about how they make a particular type of wine can usually be found using Google.
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