This storybook stone winery is a serious treat for wine, garden, and classic car lovers, even if it can feel a little intimidating and formal. Founded in 1885, it was abandoned for 60 years around Prohibition, purchased in 1979 by Gil Nickel (of nearby Nickel & Nickel winery where tours and tastings are $50), and opened to the public for the first time in spring 2004. The $50 by-appointment tour here includes a walk around the beautiful historic stone property, caves, private car collection (truly stunning!), and a huge azalea garden. It finishes with a sampling of five wines (including a delicious chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, and Dolce -- their spectacular semillon and sauvignon blanc dessert blend that's sure to make converts of even sweet-wine naysayers). Wine prices range from $56 for chardonnay to $125 for the estate cabernet sauvignon.