As we started, I mounted the 28'Cron, thinking that it could be crowded at the bar so the wide angle should give me more room to capture the group, plus I would probably take some landscape shots of the grape vines. It was a good choice, I think, but it was a lot harder to get a good shot of the group since many had their backs to me when they're chatting in a group. Also, the bright sun light outside of the windows and doors was throwing off the metering. Looking back, I probably should have switched to 50'Lux for the indoor shots.
Later that night, we had a big campfire going and the drinking continued. I've always had a hard time getting good captures in that setting. But this time, I pushed the ISO all the way up to 2500 and the 50'Lux provided just enough exposure to get some nice shots without much shakes, movements, or blurs. If you would like to check out the full set, you can see them [HERE].