We decided to go to this winery because it seemed the best in the area. But in fact there are thousands of wineries in the area which are certainly much better than this. We went on a Saturday (I don't recommend the weekend cause of the traffic), we paid for the winery tour in advance ( $42). It is probably best not to as when you get to the hotel they have various offers and promotions in the city. In our hotel we found a page with a 50% discount for the tour we'd paid for. All wineries have tours at all times, there are a dozen guides who are responsible for conducting the tours, so you'll always find a place. There were many people in the place, but everything is very well organised. The guide thought he was the Brad Pitt of the Napa Valley and made constant jokes. We sped from place to place so we hardly had any time to take photos. The place is set in an old castle (built 14 years ago). At no time during the tour did we see vine plantations. The cupping was included in the tour. We tried about 6 wines. Then we moved to an area of "marketing" where they sell all kinds of useless tat. They offer wine tasting for $17. Perhaps without the winery tour it would have been more interesting to visit. The wines did not seem bad. Nice place, noticeable but I felt a little let down in terms of "a visit to a winery." Another negative thing: They do not offer tours in other languages. If you are interested in taking pictures of the castle you can go to the site, take pictures and visit the castle on the outside without having to pay.