Tobias Glen Vineyard

Levantine Hill

Glen Garvald Yarra Valley Muscadelle 2021

@Delectable Wine this is the
PB White Blend No 1
Grenache blanc, marsanne and rousanne

Glen Garvald is owned and run by Levantine Hill
They just try different things, but location and winemaking is very similar.

Here we have a quite crunchy and spicy white wine. The grenache blanc puts it in the CdP area for some similarity, one for all this elegant greenish, sour grapefruit like taste, perhaps a bit of kiwi-like.
It's easy drinking, it has enough body, perhaps lacks a bit of elegance. Still a bit exuberant, i bet it will get better with time.
Fairly long
— 4 days ago

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Glen Manor Vineyards

Petit Manseng 2013

Dry petit manseng. Tropical fruit and honey, with enough acid to cut it ten years later. Perfect with szechuan. — 9 months ago

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Glen Manor Vineyards

Hodder Hill Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2014

So not much has changed in 3 yrs since first trying this in the tasting room. The profile is lean and linear. 69 CS 16 Merlot and the rest PV. This clearly the weakest build of Jeff’s run of left bank builds. The 2014 was classic, so not huge numbers for the CS. THE TEXTURE IS LOVELY though. ;) 90+ for sure, keeping the streak ALIVE!! — 3 years ago

Galen Glen

Stone Cellar Grüner Veltliner

Ah Gruner.

Nice clear pale yellow.

Melon, mineral, tropical fruits, pineapple, and a bit of petrol.

Slight slight effervescent quality. Great, solid expression of gruner. Chalky, loamy, pineapple, and limestone.
— a month ago


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GV from PA? 🤔
S.S. Mandani

S.S. Mandani

@romo i know right, solid

Laurel Glen

Cabernet Sauvignon 1985

Shows a little of the bell pepper aromas that I often found in older Sonoma Cabs, but nicely balanced fruit that is still quite youthful, tannins have mostly receded, drinking quite well tonight, bravo Patrick for making this gem!! — 6 months ago

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Trail Marker Wine Co.

Mokelumne Glen Lodi Blaufränkisch 2021

Interesting wine. Almost a raspberry jam flavor without being sugary. — a year ago

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Laurel Glen Vineyard

Sonoma Mountain Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 1997

Really? Wow. At 26 years old, not only hanging in there… but highly enjoyable. The mustiness had to blow off for a while, and then it hit its stride. Some toasty fruit remains in front of a long finish. cheers to ending 2023. …. Still going. Finish still going…. Going… — 4 months ago

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Scott@Mister A’s-San Diego

Scott@Mister A’s-San Diego

Patrick Campbell "got it." Only Cabernet Sauvignon from ANY producer with the word "Sonoma" on the label that I've ever had that absolutely kicked ass and took names. Can still taste the 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1994. The new version of Laurel Glen Cab is a far cry from what it used to be. Lucky you got a fleeting glimpse of a great vintage from an excellent property under the guidance of a supremely underrated winemaker. Happy New Year!

Glen Carlou

Paarl Cabernet Sauvignon 2020

Medium-deep ruby color.
Aromas of dark fruit.
Dry. Flavors of black fruit, raspberry, cinnamon, oak spice. Rich, velvety tannins.

Intensity: 4/5
Complexity: 3/5
Balance: 4/5
Finish: 4/5
— 8 months ago

Hatton Daniels

Mokelumne Glen Dornfelder 2018


Third bottle! Still surprising and good. Quite good but not overwhelmingly so for Mabel’s Hainan chicken with flavored rice. — 2 years ago

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