My wife and I and another couple decided to try this wine tour this past Saturday, not knowing quite what to expect. After checking in at Legal (the hostess wasn't quite sure if we were at the right Legal location), we waited a few minutes and a bridal party soon joined us and then our guide Fiona Coxe greeted us all and brought us downstairs to begin. I won't bore you with a minute-by-minute accounting, but suffice to say, we had a great time. While we didn't do this in hopes of it being like a wine school, it certainly was educational. Yet, Fiona was very patient with us, incredibly informative and really made us all feel quite relaxed. Most importantly, she didn't "talk down" to us. While she obviously has great knowledge of wines, she never made any of us feel like we had asked a silly question. On the contrary, she made us all feel great about asking any of our questions. It was a great way to spend two hours, learning about and enjoying wines we might not have otherwise tried.
If I had to find one negative, it was that our impression of it being a wine "tour" was that we would be traveling to a couple more spots along the way. That said, the depth of discussion probably could not have been accomplished had we visited more establishments. So maybe call it a "two-stop wine class" or something. :)