This is just the ticket for the vineyard off-season. It's cosy, the food is fresh and warming, and the atmosphere is lovely. It's a little bit pricey perhaps but the vineyard is expensive all over. We had delicious soups - clam chowder, rich tomato soup - followed by scallops on a lobster and apsaras risotto app, and a vegetarian plate,mod various roast and sautéed vegetables, put together creatively. Everything was delicious. Portions are too generous - we didn't have space for the desserts. Service is nice and friendly, and the atmosphere is that of a laid-back, informal cottage.
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