Goose Island Lolita Belgian Style Wild Ale

$21.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Sean Trapani Delectable Pro

Founder/Educator Wine Fluent, Consultant ABC Fine Wines & Spirits

Thanksgiving 2015 - a bratty, perfumed youth who speaks more loudly than anyone at the table; her sourness is simultaneously irritating and interesting; I am entertained by her subject-shifting banter but thankful when she leaves.

Thanksgiving 2015 - a bratty, perfumed youth who speaks more loudly than anyone at the table; her sourness is simultaneously irritating and interesting; I am entertained by her subject-shifting banter but thankful when she leaves.

8.8

Marc Stubblefield Delectable Pro

Wine Sales at Vino Carta and Kogod Wine Merchant

Pre ABInBev, and worth the spot in the cellar. From the beginning, my favorite vintage of this, and it's in a great place now. Fruit and sour are fully integrated, funk is just enough to round out the brisk acidity. Not sure this is going to get better, but no hurry, either. Current editions don't seem to live up to the '11.

Pre ABInBev, and worth the spot in the cellar. From the beginning, my favorite vintage of this, and it's in a great place now. Fruit and sour are fully integrated, funk is just enough to round out the brisk acidity. Not sure this is going to get better, but no hurry, either. Current editions don't seem to live up to the '11.

9.2

Greg Ballington Delectable Pro

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

Rosé pink in appearance. A bit sour cherry and raspberries on the nose with some funkiness and tart strawberries. Solid acidity on the palate and very refreshing. A bit of white pepper, tart and bitter strawberries and yeasty. Medium plus finish. Doing well for five years in bottle.

Rosé pink in appearance. A bit sour cherry and raspberries on the nose with some funkiness and tart strawberries. Solid acidity on the palate and very refreshing. A bit of white pepper, tart and bitter strawberries and yeasty. Medium plus finish. Doing well for five years in bottle.

8.9

jerod peitsmeyer Delectable Pro

2013. cellar-aged. cellar temp. amazing.

2013. cellar-aged. cellar temp. amazing.

10

Christopher Bates Delectable Pro

Master Sommelier, Owner/Winemaker Element Winery

Phenomenal. Really.

Phenomenal. Really.

9.7

Christopher Losa Delectable Pro

Owner/Wine Director Bar Bambino

Really solid effort. Bright sourness, winey tannins, and expressive dry straw quality balanced with just a touch of fruitiness.

Really solid effort. Bright sourness, winey tannins, and expressive dry straw quality balanced with just a touch of fruitiness.

9.3

Dave Kwiatkowski Delectable Pro

2013 vintage at the brew pub

2013 vintage at the brew pub

9.1

Andrew Cebulka

2013 Lolita, shiza this was lazer sharp! Cherry meets unripe strawberry. Unbelieveable farmhouse ale!

2013 Lolita, shiza this was lazer sharp! Cherry meets unripe strawberry. Unbelieveable farmhouse ale!

9.5

Marc Stubblefield Delectable Pro

Wine Sales at Vino Carta and Kogod Wine Merchant

From before the ABInBev buyout. Hitting its stride and in amazing balance right now.

From before the ABInBev buyout. Hitting its stride and in amazing balance right now.

9.5

Chris Leon Delectable Pro

Lambrusco > this high toned, red fruited sour

Lambrusco > this high toned, red fruited sour

7.8

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