I think that it is very close to being a fantastic image. Personally, I strongly prefer something closer to the wide crop of the original rather than the tight crop on the house and road. There is a feeling in the original image of a road heading off into the unknown that absolutely hinges on the road passing between the distillery and the wooded area.
What you have to ask yourself is, what is the subject of this image? Is it the distillery, or is it the road? Your title indicates to me that you intended the subject to be the distillery, in which case stanclark's edit is a definite improvement. However, I think that in the original image the natural subject is the road - the eye is drawn down the road by its placement in the composition and by the high-contrast border between the snowy road and the woods. The distillery is then a vital compositional element, providing an anchored context for the wanderings of the road into the distance. In short, I think that the image whose subject is the road is a more compelling one than the image whose subject is the distillery.
With that in mind, here's my quick edit. (Slight crop left and top, localized contrast increase in the trees to bring out a little detail.)
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