Lancaster Valley, Pennsylvania

Vynecrest Winery

Autumn Gold White Blend 1881

This is a very good White wine. Easy to drink. — 12 days ago

Nissley Vineyards

Naughty Marietta Red Blend 2019

Very fruity. Can drink as a substitute for sangria. — 4 months ago

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 😋 — 5 months ago

Pinnacle Ridge

Chambourcin

Thanks Amber! 🍷 — 12 days ago

Zach hoffman
with Zach

Lancaster Estate

Winemaker's Cuvée Alexander Valley Red Bordeaux Blend 2018

Delectable Wine
9.1

The 2018 Winemaker’s Cuvee is a Cabernet Sauvignon-based blend from vineyards in Alexander Valley. Crushed flowers, cedar, mint, tobacco and earthy accents run through a core of raspberry and blood orange fruit. Bright acids and a spine of tannin lend vibrancy as the 2018 opens in the glass. Time brings out the aromatics nicely. Drink this classy, understated red blend over the next decade or so. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, July 2021)
— 4 months ago

Galen Glen

Lehigh Valley Grüner Veltliner 2015

JKT
8.9

Maria dinner 5/30/21 opening bottle to surprise them. Perfect to go with cheeses etc. — 6 months ago

Lancaster Estate

Estate Bottled Alexander Valley Red Bordeaux Blend 2017

John W
9.2

Dark ruby coloration. On the nose, jammy, vibrant berries and rhubarb, espresso and vanilla. On the palate, vanilla, sweet berries, blueberry, boysenberry, oak, hints of espresso, medium to longer of finish of same. Nicely balanced, tannins are still dominant but not overpowering. — 3 months ago

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Lancaster Estate

Estate Bottled Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Fantastic wine! Such a great aroma, and the oaky, berry flavors were unreal. Of the four reds I enjoyed 7/15, this was my favorite — 4 months ago

Galen Glen

Lehigh Valley Rosé Blend 2020

Nick M
8.9

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. — 5 months ago