For atmosphere and entertainment, this place gets 5 stars, but for actual wine, I have to give it a 3. I don't consider myself a complete wine snob, but so much of my tasting experience depends on the stemware used and unfortunately, Castillo's stemware was similar to the glasses at Buca di Beppo. Their wine was definitely not bad, but it wasn't my favorite. The flavors were not very multi-dimensional or complex but would be good table wine. Luckily, their prices are very reasonable, so I would definitely pick up a bottle or two for a pasta or pizza kind of night.
When we went, you could feel the love. The daughter was singing and playing guitar, the son was greeting guests, sharing his love for the wine he makes, the mom was singing with her daughter and labeling the wines, and the father was walking around chatting with the guests. This winery truly is a family affair. Not only does the daughter entertain, but she also creates the wine labels that go on each bottle of wine made by the son.