It is not the excitement of The Stonehaus, where the conversation is almost secondary to the attentions of a drifting waiter (if you are lucky). It's anything but a tasting room in a wet wine cellar, where your teeth tremble from the lowered temperature. No, it's an urban wonder, currently known as a wine bar in Westlake Village. The atmosphere is relaxed, relaxed. The temperature is comfortable, as are lounge chairs. There is administration if you want it, but it is not prominent.
You can relax and wait as long as you want, and generally motivate something to eat if you are in temperament. Instead of inspiring people to visit wineries throughout the state, he transmitted the wineries to the general population. Six or seven vine growers were spoken at Enoteca, each with a very informed and friendly representative who offers the historical context of The Stonehaus and a detailed description of their wines.