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'10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - Innkeeper - 11-07-2012 10:23 AM

2010 Glenora Finger Lakes Cabernet Sauvignon ($18.99). First tasted this with dinner at Glenora last March. We liked it so much we bought a few bottles as part of a case which dropped the price by $1.90.

We drank the last one last night with broiled loin lamb chops, eggplant salad and garlic bread. This is a lovely wine with unexpected quality for Cab at this price and age. Highly recommended on your next trip to FL.


RE: '10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - winoweenie - 11-07-2012 04:33 PM

Well Heavens to Betsy!!!! Cabernet frum the mity Geno in the FL. Whodathunkit? And drinkable at that! Trying to git me feeble taster-thingie to comprehend alla' this and it still comes back with the same question...Huh! WW


RE: '10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - Thomas - 11-11-2012 02:30 PM

(11-07-2012 04:33 PM)winoweenie Wrote:  Well Heavens to Betsy!!!! Cabernet frum the mity Geno in the FL. Whodathunkit? And drinkable at that! Trying to git me feeble taster-thingie to comprehend alla' this and it still comes back with the same question...Huh! WW

Young man: the times, they are achangin'


RE: '10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - winoweenie - 11-12-2012 07:30 AM

Not 'Moi noble Thomas. Times be 'achangin whenced youse see a glass of SW pressed agin' the weeners fat hot lips. WWCool


RE: '10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - Kcwhippet - 11-15-2012 06:13 PM

So, I suppose the Glenora Blanc de Noir doesn't count as an SW.


RE: '10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - winoweenie - 11-16-2012 07:29 AM

(11-15-2012 06:13 PM)Kcwhippet Wrote:  So, I suppose the Glenora Blanc de Noir doesn't count as an SW.

Bubblies are in their own catagory! Breakfast!!!!!!WW


RE: '10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - Kcwhippet - 11-17-2012 05:19 AM

Is the Cab grown in the FL? I wouldn't have thought it could fully ripen in that climate. What say, Thomas?


RE: '10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - Innkeeper - 11-17-2012 09:22 AM

KC, it has a FL appellation. The wine is somewhat austere which is what I like in a Cab.


RE: '10 Glenora Cabernet Sauvignon - Innkeeper - 10-27-2014 04:19 PM

First 2012 tonight. It weighed in at 13.5% alcohol and carried a Finger Lakes appellation). It had a distinctive blackberry touch on the palate. We matched it with rib steak covered with Morton rub and grilled over charcoal and mesquite chips; baked sweet potatoes, and steamed asparagus with freshly made Hollandaise sauce (some of which ended up on the steak!). Yum!