Highland Brewing Company


18 Year Old Extremely Rare Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Exactly what you would expect from an 18 year. Light straw color, carmel and floral notes with a extremely smooth finish. Refined and delicious. — 2 months ago

La Rioja Alta

Viña Alberdi Crianza Rioja Tempranillo Blend 2015

Dori K

Classic & versatile Rioja. Little dry, but deep fruit. Slight oak. Had it with pasta. Paid around $25 and Highland — 3 months ago

Stefan Kallweit
with Stefan


Ealanta Private Edition Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky

Can’t buy it anymore so I only drink it on super special occasions. Like when the Dodgers win the World Series! Go Dodgers!!!! — a month ago

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Aged 25 Years Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Same color as 21. But more sherry, marmalade, honey — 2 months ago

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Highland Divide Chardonnay 2017

It has truly come together. It’s in the zone now... exceptional! — 2 months ago

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Norman Gennaro

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Love Dumol, never had this one. Great to hear, need to look for it.
David L

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And he’s doing a great job with these wines. This is not a heavy-handed Chardonnay at all. Very enjoyable 
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21 Years Old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whiskey

Sherry, vanilla, spicy aftertaste — 2 months ago

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Highland Santa Lucia Highlands Chardonnay 2017

What a great wine, and a great price. Lots of complex fruit, with a structure of acidity and slate. Rich mouthfeel. A delight. — 2 months ago

Highland Park Distillery

Aged 18 Years Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Golden amber color. Briny, diluted iodine, smoky, red fruit, floral and herbal notes on the nose. Warm mouthfeel. Hints of sherry and stewed fruits on the palate. — 2 months ago


The Ultimate Ten Years Old Single Malt Islay Scotch Whisky

Ardberg is a typical Islay Malt with the dials turned up a few notches. This is very peaty and smoky with seaweed notes. The flavours are bold with the Alcohol turned up slightly to 46%. I prefer these peaty Islay malts to the more refined Highland Malts like Glenmorangie. Both are in the LVMH Stable. — 3 months ago

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