Southeastern New England, Connecticut

Preston Ridge Vineyard

Estate Harvest White Blend 2019

Delicious, fresh, crisp, and perfect for summer. — 3 months ago

Arrigoni Winery

Smashed Pumpkin Apple Wine

Love this one! Apple wine is so fruity with a presence of pumpkin — a year ago


King of Eights V4 - German Hop Edition IPA

Fruity citrus, oat, hoppy — 2 years ago

Running Brook Vineyards

Red Barrel Estate Grown Chardonnay 2014

2014 Chard aged in cab Franc merlot barrels. Completely different finish and a smooth tannin body — 3 years ago

Westport Rivers

Grace Sun & Spirit Chardonnay

The juice from the Chard grapes with chard grape Brandy!? Some of the same nutty notes, nice thick body and good sweetness. — 8 months ago

Nod Hill Brewery

Reflectsha New England IPA

Reflectsha from Nod Hill Brewery is a very good New England style IPA. A good deal of complexity with orange rind, pine and tropical fruits. Terrific long finish. Very impressive. @Delectable Wine — a year ago

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Greenvale Vineyards

Cabernet Franc 2012

Really loved this. It’s from a vineyard we visited in Rhode Island, not Connecticut. — 2 years ago

Fat Orange Cat Brew Co.

I Don't Like Mondays New England IPA

Some might say it's a fitting name, but I usually like Mondays... Juicy, slightly sweet, tropical fruit. Enjoyable but not sophisticated. — a year ago

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Fat Orange Cat Brew Co.

She Drives a Plymouth Satellite New England India Pale Ale

She Drives a Plymouth Satellite by Fat Orange Cat Brew Co. is a New England style IPA. I love the name and the artwork. Such whimsy. This beer is a rich expression of the genre with mango and lychee notes. Thick and smooth. It's a delicious smoothy of a beer. @Delectable Wine — a year ago

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Connecticut Valley Brewing

Trail Blazer New England Style India Pale Ale

Soft mouthfeel with a touch of dankness and a tremendous tropical complexity that merges with the sweetness from 8% abv. Well done and pretty much everything you could want from this style. — 3 years ago

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