Our first time experience at Cellar Door was very good. My husband and I made a quick stop during Grovefest 2017. Had the "Surprise Red," my husband had the "Firehouse Red" and had a caprese salad to go with the wine. The surprise red of the day was Sean Minor Pinot Noir. I normally don't like Pinot Noir, but this was the best so far I've tasted, and it paved for me to try other Pinot Noir next time. The "Firehouse Red" was not terrible, but it was not the best either. The description of the "House Red" is not very far from the description that should be given to the "Firehouse Red," in our opinion. The caprese salad has salty mozzarella cheese and mediocre balsamic vinaigrette. It was a good decision for us to have the dressing/vinaigrette on the side, helped us stabilize our stomachs after having junk at the festival. The best part of coming to Cellar Door was the Al Fresco dining. The tall tables and chairs at front was a terrific place to chat and people watch. The 'no dogs allowed' policy after 4:00 PM is a great idea. Cellar Door is perfect for satisfying curiosity for wine. The selection is not gigantic, but it is varying, Cellar Door worth revisiting on several other occasions, since they change their menu. They sell wines by the bottle, shelved in the shop itself. On a busy evening, it is difficult to view the bottles, but the host behind the counter is/are happy to answer questions. The Daily Specials are worth keeping in mind.
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