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Raven's Glenn Winery Reviews
Was in Mt. Vernon and we added this to our trip. The hostesses for the wine tasting were down to earth and quite helpful. I had a hearty salad, can't really muck that up so I don't have nay input on m... more »
This was our fourth anual "Girlfriends Weekend" visiting wineries in this area and Raven's Glennis our favorite handsdown! The tasting bar is beautiful and accomdates quite a few people, the tasting s... more »
Had dinner at the winery within the past few days . Service was very slow and our meals were served cold . The steak came out overcooked and Very fatty . Ive had better steaks of much better quality f... more »
We were here during the Red Wine and Black Festival. Price of admission was a little high for all they had to offer but it included ten free wine samples and a festival themed cup. The ground were very well maintained and laid out in an easy to navigate manner. The venue was very accommodating to the number of people present, even if the parking was not.
Drove 2 hours from Pittsburgh for Easter Brunch/dinner with family. We have been there 2 other times over the last 5 years for Easter and it was great the first 2 times. This time it was terrible. The buffet options @ $27 per person didn't even make sense. You can get omlets but not other breakfast food, no bacon, no sausage, no pancakes, no waffles, no potatoes. What is the point of calling it a brunch without any other breakfast food. The prime rib was more like toast beef , good but not prime rib. Salad bar area was worse than the pizza hut salad bar. Nothing but iceberg lettuce. Their soda machine had no C02 and the rest of the buffet options were bland and dry. Bottom line 4 hours in the car, $35 in gas, and $135 bill (gratuity included for buffet) for a family of 4. We dropped $170 for the trip and had a really bad experience. I will not return and our family Easter dinner will be somewhere else in the future. The only redeeming quality was that the staff wanted to do a good job and we're friendly but theywere limited by a lack of leadership, quality ingredients, and ownership who went cheap on the menu.
Their wine is great! My friend loves dry and I love sweet. Between the two of us we bought 18 bottles! I highly recommend their strawberry lemonade wine!! Their labels are super cute too.
I really enjoyed Raven's Glenn, and look forward to returning. They have a mix of wines made from their own estate grapes, and grapes they bring in. They have 3 pre-selected flights of wine for tastings: dry, semi-sweet, and their estate wines. You can also select your own tastings from among the offerings. The cost of the tasting flights includes a branded wine glass to take home. I particularly liked the Vino Della Casa, a blended table red from their own grapes; Moon Dreams, a fortified red also from their estate collection; Scarlet Raven, an eatate port; and the strawberry lemonade wine from their semi-sweet flight. My family also enjoyed the White October. We also had lunch at the restaurant after our tastings. The dining room had a lovely view of the river from the back windows, and felt very comfortable. The food was delicious, with good portions and reasonable pricing. We shared a bottle of the Vino Della Casa, and it complimented the primarily Italian-inspired entrées well. I enjoyed the lasagna, while my family had the spaghetti, the shrimp scampi, and the fish sandwich. We all ate every bite, and enjoyed it, though we were too full to try dessert afterwards.
We had reservations for 18 people on Easter Sunday at 1:30. We were expecting the same buffet that we had 3 years ago. This time, there was no breakfast bar set up in the front room. There was only omelettes with no bacon. At the salad bar, half the condiment bowls were empty. Next we went to get plates for main course. There were no plates and we asked two servers for help and got no action so we went to the fireplace room and picked up a stack ourselves. There was slow service at the pasta bar. For dessert, many of the choices were already gone. To top it off, we were charged 18% gratuity for server just to bring drink and straws to the table. There should have been a person at every station to have food refilled as it runs down. Needless to say we will not be back. Very disappointed.
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