I've been here 3 times and because the food has been quite good, I felt the decor and vineyard gave it a unique character. However. the food and service has really diminished.
This last visit, I took my mom for her 65th b-day lunch. The hostess led us to the patio past the room divider hiding the servers' cleaning station (large garbage cans full & smelly and trays of dirty dishes) rather than through the inside restaurant to our seat. I'm fairly tolerant but with the breeze the smell occasionally wafted over to us - not good.
Making the best of it, we chatted and waited, waited -- waited easily 20 minutes until I flagged bus gal and asked if we'd have better service if we were seated inside. She took the cue and said oh, I'll get your waiter. About 5 minutes later he showed and finally took our drink order - we thought it would be prudent to order food right then too.
The salad was good and the onion soup nice but we both agreed it was nothing to write home about. Then the server brought out 2 quiches but we'd only ordered one. He made it seem our fault for his not understanding our order. We tried to be laid back and said fine, fine just leave it. After he left we realized there was no way we could eat both, so we just shared the one and asked for the other one to be packed away. I somewhat expected the waiter would credit our bill for his mistake but no he did not - especially given our wait.
In summary, I'm not willing to drive all the way out there to receive such terrible service, have smells of garbage and have food that while good, I can get elsewhere equal or better. As it is a winery - they only serve wine as their alcoholic beverage. Their wines are the same as the food - good but I've had better elsewhere. It has so much potential but unfortunately the whole package makes it a place worth skipping.