Guest Post: Bully Hill Wine

Hello Travel, Eat, Love readers. I’m Clarice from A Crumb Falls. Meghan’s love of wine is one of my favorite things about her blog, which makes me think you, her readers, will like this guest post.

I read somewhere you should never drink wine with an animal in the title. I guess you can’t believe everything you read. Enter the first wine I ever loved.


One of Jeremy’s (my husband) math colleagues introduced us to Bully Hill wines. My favorite Bully Hill wine is “Love My Goat Red.” From the first glass I had, I knew I loved this wine and needed to buy more bottles. This wine is smooth, subtle, and slightly sweet. It’s good to drink almost anytime, but is probably best after or with pasta. It’s the type of wine you can drink by a fire in the winter or on the porch in the summer. While this wine doesn’t have much depth, it is without a doubt one of my favorite wines to drink. It’s often on sale for $9, which make it extremely affordable.

IMG_3069Coming in at a close second, as far as Bully wines go, “Goat White” which is similar to a Riesling. Bully Hill is located in the Finger Lakes region of central New York. While I haven’t been to the winery yet, it’s definitely on my list of places to go.

One of my favorite parts whenever I open a bottle is finding out which cork I’ll get. There are three rotating corks; “wine with laughter” is my personal favorite.





What’s the first wine you ever loved?

There are lots of nicer wines I enjoy, and I doubt you’ll ever find this wine on a sommelier’s list, but I think this wine will always have a place in the cellar.


 Thanks, Clarice, for sharing some delicious value wines with us! I actually had someone on Twitter tell me that I HAVE to visit Bully Hill, so your post makes me want to go to the Finger Lakes VERY soon!

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  1. Michelle’s avatar

    Those corks are adorable! I definitely want to scope out Bully Hill Wine!


  2. Mellissa’s avatar

    LOVE those corks, they would look great in my cork bowl. First wine I ever loved- a red from Francis Ford Coppola.


  3. Daisy’s avatar

    I have never seen this wine before. How much fun are the bottles and the corks!? thanks for sharing Clarice!!


  4. Amie’s avatar

    Those corks are awesome – I want to start a collection now! Always see this wine in the store and have never tried it… I will make sure that changes soon!

    First wine I loved – and still do – is Toasted Head Chardonnay. (No animal in the title, but there is a fire-breathing bear on the label!)


  5. Jennifer@’s avatar

    The first wine I ever loved was discovered in France, appropriately enough. It was a grand cru that is bottled exclusively in the Alsace region of France. Sadly, I don’t think I will find it in America, and if I do, I will probably not be able to afford it. Something to go back for though, right?


  6. Clarice’s avatar

    The corks are great. I really am excited every time to see which cork is in the bottle. Cheers!


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