Pennsylvania, Usa

Tolino Vineyards

Mama's Pennsylvania Rosé Blend

Nice easy-drinking Rosé. Finished the whole bottle on Independence Day! — a month ago

Manatawny Still Works

Select Four Grain American Whiskey Aged 3 Years Small Batch

Not bad at all … for a scotch from PA! — 2 months ago

Uma Rani Iyli
with Uma
Ron, Mike and 1 other liked this

Beringer Vineyards

California Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

2017 vintage opened July 2021. I’m not sure why peeps are giving this wine the sub-9.0 ratings that they are. This is a very drinkable wine with an excellent balance and a nice complexity. Mild scent of leather and dry clay on the nose. Strawberries and red raspberries on the front. A mid-level tannic structure — smooth but not smothering — which I’ve found to be a characteristic of Sonoma Cabs. Soft finish. Maybe a few afternotes, enough to consider it a “long finish”. Subtle but thoroughly enjoyable. Drinkable now, drinkable for at least another decade. — 7 days ago

David, Daniel P. and 1 other liked this

Penns Woods

Reserve Merlot 2017

Vault Brewing following a 15 mile bike ride on the New Hope Canal Path. This wine went well with Pork Belly Fries & Buffalo Cauliflower 😋 — 20 days ago

Victory Brewing Company

Brotherly Love Hazy IPA


Have always loved this brewery - real solid lineup and in a sea of IPA this is very well executed: brmming with flavors without hitting you over the head w/citrus & bitter hops. — 2 months ago

Ira, Severn and 5 others liked this

Charles Smith

Kungfu Girl Washington State Riesling 2019

This is a nice and easy drinking Riesling from Columbia Valley.

Showing citrus, limes, lemons, spices, light diesel and minerals.

Medium bodied with high acidity. Well balanced, crisp and refreshing.

Dry to off dry on the palate with a tangy finish and better when properly chilled.

Good by itself or with food. Will pair nicely with spicy food.

12.5% alcohol by volume.

89 points.
— 6 days ago

Vanessa, Martin and 17 others liked this

Sine Qua Non

The Hated Hunter Syrah 2017

Sine Qua Non vs Schrader cage fight tonight.

+4 hour decant (some fine cloudy sediment). A remarkable dark purplish garnet color. On the nose: red and black fruit, stewed meat, sandalwood, pepper, bacon, charcoal. Taste: a smooth, rich, soft, powerful wine with dark cherry, licorice, smoke, leather, pepper and a long dark chocolate espresso finish. YUM! It has everything you want. Its young(probably a better score if I have patience), but so good I might pop another bottle tomorrow. Cheers!
— 13 days ago

Brenda Terzich-Garland
with Brenda
Brenda, Shay and 21 others liked this

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

Hermann York Wine

Chavez Vineyard Alicante Bouschet Rosé 2020

Happy to be the first to post this. Delectable classified as a Rosé, but the HY boys say it was made as a white wine and presents as a Rosé.” Pic doesn’t capture the color. Beautiful nose, but finish a bit rough on opening. A few hours of air smoothed this out nicely. Wonderful on days 2 and 4. Part of the burgeoning SoCal wine scene. Keep an eye on these guys. Beautiful labels, better wines, terrific folks. 12.49% ABV. The NEW new California. Great things ahead! — 5 days ago

Severn, Ira and 7 others liked this

Castello di Amorosa

Cresta d'Oro Vineyard Rosto 2020

Castello di Amorosa Cresta d'Oro Vineyard Rosato di Pinot Noir 2020, California

Pale salmon in color.

Light nose of lemons, light strawberries, citrus, limes, river rocks, green apples, sea salt and earth.

Light to medium in body with medium plus acidity. Crisp and refreshing.

Dry on the palate with raspberries, strawberries, limes, grapefruits, bitter herbs, spices, light earth, green apples and minerals.

Nice length on the finish with limes.

This is a very enjoyable Rosé from Russian River Valley. Nicely balanced, crisp and refreshing. Light and engaging without being bitter nor tart.

This Single Vineyard is showing nice complexity already. Easy drinking and good by itself.

Gets earthier as it opens up with an old world feel (30 minutes).

Good by itself or with food. A tasty wine that I enjoyed all by itself by the pool.

12.5% alcohol by volume.

91 points.

— 11 days ago

Alex, Tom and 11 others liked this