I was unable to book a table for 2, or more. I booked for 1 hoping to figure things out when I arrived, or sit at the bar. I received a call the day of my reservation from an asking if I wanted to bring anyone, my reservation was changed. (I was very happy with this service, yet thoroughly confused. I was told all tables are blocked out for busy days. I'm still trying to make sense of this. So, no one can book a table, and in the afternoon when you're trying to call, no one answers. So, when you arrive, guess what? The tables are empty And never filled up. When my friend arrived, she experienced what I experienced the last 3 times I visited. A nice hostess greets you, then tells you they have no available tables. Then she learned about the reservation. In my past experience, I was greeted the same way, but I asked if there was a bar I could sit at. "Yes" she said. Each time I visited there was 4-6 empty bar stools and standing toom too. The tables are large; those all had plenty of room as well. Each time I visited in the past, the tasting room was very busy, but the area where there was music was not. I didn't see any signs showing there was music and I'm not sure they promote it. I wondered if the large crowd in the tasting room would be interested in ordering food and listening to music. It seems like a tremendous loss. We learned that anyone can sit on the lawn and purchase a bottle of wine and enjoy the music. But no one did this. I've asked all my friends that have visited multiple times as well, no one else seems to know this. My friend and I ordered wine (a pinot Grigio that was nothing like how the server described, nor did it resemble a Pinot Grigio). We also ordered dessert, a smoked berry w/creme & shortcake. What we received was a biscuit with a creme that tasted like buttermilk. It was awful! Back to our service...it was excellent. I'd recommend the underdog because of the ambience, great music & pleasant staff, but be warned of its short comings.