There are so many fun ways to dine at Herzog. You can hop on a cellar and barrel tour first (this winery bottles its own and has 500 other "boutique" wines available for guests to try). You can put yourself in the hands of the chef for a five-course whirl through his culinary imagination, which recently included pairings of pork with octopus (it works!), Wakanui beef with sweet corn and onions (another winner), and goat with cauliflower and fennel, among other dishes. Or you can stop by for a simpler meal at the on-site bistro, or a la carte dining at the restaurant. Whatever you load your fork with, know that it will be perfectly paired with exquisite wines. We'd say dining at Herzog's is one of the singular pleasures of any trip to this corner of the glove.