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Munching Vidal Blanc on Keuka Lake, New York
Tag Archives: Glasgow
My wife and I are leaving Scotland. Between the Fall’s cold approach and our desire for French wine, the South calls us. But before we go, we decide to cross to Scotland’s western fringe. There is no time to drink. … Continue reading
I’ve sold out. Follow me on twitter for updates and little nothings: @waywardwine Last week we left Glasgow to work our way north. Now for a few darker things: e.g. Porter, Stout, and Loch Ness. The Scots share a love … Continue reading
After a week in Glasgow, we were ready to move on. Our last day there, we stumbled upon West Brewery. It sat at the far end of Glasgow Green: a river park, smelling of Victorian imperialism and the caramelized malt … Continue reading
The train takes my wife and I from Glasgow to the bonnie, bonnie banks o’ Loch Lomond: yes, that lake from the only Scottish song Americans know. And no, we never take the high road. Kindly Tourist Office directions send … Continue reading