Glen Carlou

Jolie-Laide Wines

Glen Oaks Vineyard Pinot Gris 2020

Unique bronze/pink hue, tangerine, melon, citrus, complex ⚡️😋🥳 — 4 days ago

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Laurel Glen

Blanc Slate Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Underrated SB from Laurel Glen. Grapes are from RRV and this is some good stuff! — 2 months ago

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Galen Glen

Lehigh Valley Grüner Veltliner 2015


Maria dinner 5/30/21 opening bottle to surprise them. Perfect to go with cheeses etc. — 2 months ago

Laurel Glen Vineyard

Sonoma Mountain Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

Confected black cherry nose. Blackberries, playdough, fragrant flowers. Very gentle tannins, robust streaky acids, practically translucent dark red fruit on the palate. Hitting a nice spot but maybe 5 years off from peak. — 3 months ago

Tom, Aravind and 29 others liked this

Glen Carlou

Haven Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Full bodied South African wine suggested by Maksym for our Bistecca and Saltimnocca....last night at sea on Viking Orion...xxxx — a month ago

Caol Ila

Aged 12 Years Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

The mildest of the Diageo peated whiskies I've had so far. Definitely not the campfire peat monsters of Ardbeg, or the distinct maritime peat of Talisker, or the more medicinal peat of Lagavulin... The peat here comes off as sweet and aromatic, almost like incense. The body seems to be the lightest of the lot too (comparing apples and apples), although it's hard to say without seeing them all next to each other (definitely lighter than the Ardberg and even Glen Elgin here). Palate flavours are subtle in the Caol Ila, but citrus notes come through clearly. Finishes a touch short with a sort of grassy earthy quality that I quite enjoy. Not a blockbuster whisky, yet I find it quite drinkable.

NB: Better mixed 1:1 with the Ardbeg Wee Beastie. Seems to balance out the extreme smoke of the Ardberg, drawing out lovely saline notes.
— a month ago

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Norman Gennaro

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Man never thought to do a blending

Galen Glen

Lehigh Valley Rosé Blend 2020

Nick M

This review is for the Stone Cellar Dry Rose, which is different than their standard rose, but it isn’t recognized by the app. I’ve had Galen Glen’s standard rose and have found it disappointing and cloying. But this is a totally different animal. According to Cork Report, it’s 50% zweigelt rose, 48% Gruner Veltliner, and 2% Chambourcin. This is insanely refreshing. Probably the most interesting rose I’ve had so far this year. Picked it up in a mixed case on my way home from the Poconos. Wish I would have added more bottles to my order. — a month ago

Glen Scotia

Double Cask Single Malt Scotch Whisky 1531

Smoke, salt and vanilla. Gentle and greasy on the tip of the tongue. — 2 months ago

Trail Marker Wine Co.

Mokelumne Glen Lodi Blaufränkisch 2017

Jeremy Shanker

I think I might like Lodi Blaufrankisch more than Lodi Zin 🤷🏻‍♂️ — 3 months ago

Eric, Mike and 7 others liked this
Tom Casagrande

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I find most Lodi Zin boring, generally speaking.