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Glades Pike Winery, Somerset

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  • We enjoyed tasting a variety of wine samples on a beautiful Fall day. Every sample was delightful. It would have been lovely to sit on the deck to enjoy our purchased bottle of Summer Breeze, but we h...  more »
  • Looking for a fun day activity while visiting friends in Pennsylvania, we all decided on a winery excursion. We finished our visit to Fallingwater and chose Glades Pike Winery for our next stop. The s...  more »
  • I was here first in September for the Wine Run. So many people attended, and it was a very rainy day. We got a free tasting, and I bought a couple bottles. I visited again this weekend. There weren't ...  more »
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  • Beautiful winery using local grapes. The wines were enjoyable, especially the Tempranillo and the Apple Spice wine. Scott is a wonderful host, knowledgeable on all the wines and can make some excellent suggestions. I would definitely visit again when I'm on the east coast (I live in California). Thanks Scott!
  • FANTASTIC wine made in house from local grapes. The tasting was free (a nice surprise for us), the hosts were very friendly, the bottle prices were reasonable ($15-25 for the most part), and the location was easy to find. While the grapes weren't all grown on site, they were relatively locally sourced. The wines were consistently good and the dry reds were some of the best I've ever had. We were surprised at how good the place was. It was a little hike off the highway, but absolutely worth the trip. I will definitely stop by again next time in Pittsburgh. I highly recommend giving it a shot.
  • To say Liz done an excellent job representing the winery at Seven Springs Wine fest recently would be cheating her. Very well done Liz. You impressed me and that's all that matters ! And the wine is excellent ! Thnx 'Zambo'
  • Wines are good and reasonably priced, Liz provided us with a warm welcome on a cold icy day and great personable service. She made us feel right at home! When we're back in the area, we will definitely visit again.
  • Excellent wine. Nice property in the mountains. Reasonable prices.