Friday, November 22, 2013

Holiday events and an open house coming up at Galen Glen


Saturday, November 23 from10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, November 24 from noon to 5 p.m.

Thanksgiving is just days away.  Are you searching for the best wines to pair with your holiday meals? Come to the winery and let our knowledgable staff help you with your holiday pairings.

Do you need a recipe for all of those leftovers?  We'll have one of those at the winery this weekend too. We are offering a complimentary food and wine pairing of our Bird-to-the-last-drop soup with your choice of one of either our newest wine, GJT Stone Cellar Riesling or our semi-dry Riesling (the double-gold medal winner). This is the perfect time to pick up a bottle for your holiday meal and one for the leftovers too.

Now is a great time to be thinking of holiday gift giving. Have you considered giving the gift of wine? In addition to gift cards, we have many custom label options or we can place your digital image on a label too. Stop by the winery to view our label catalog or email to request an email sample of our current holiday images.

At this time of the year we pause to think of the many things we are thankful for. We are thankful for you our Galen Glen fans. Thank you for continuing to share your favorite wines with friends and family.

November 29 - Black Friday Sale 
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Once a year, we put the winery on sale. 15% off case sales only. Custom label orders and shipped orders are not included. All wine must be purchased at the winery day of sale.

December 7, 8, 14 & 15 - Holiday Open House Weekends 

Our winery family's gift to you. We look forward to sharing something spectacular!

December 15 - Love Hotdog Co.
Noon - 5 p.m.
Scrumptious gourmet sausages & "dogs" - for the love of dogs!

Please note: Wine sold to be consumed on our premises is by-the-glass only.  No open bottles are permitted. PA State law prohibits the consumption of any other alcohol on our premises. If you are planning to come in a group of 6 or more, we do require reservations. They may be made by calling the winery in advance during normal business hours.

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