What They've Been Saying About
HARTLEY & GIBSON'S
HARTLEY & GIBSON'S ... A SUCCESS STORY - THE WINE TRADE by Ed Everett. "Jack Poust & Company, (New York) the importer of this phenomenon,
has taken HARTLEY & GIBSON'S from practically nowhere up to the top rank of imported
WHEN IT COMES TO SHERRIES,
HARVEY'S ISN'T THE ONLY CREAM OF THE CROP - THE BALTIMORE SUN, "Wine" by Michael Dresser:
Bristol Cream was the sweetest. smoothest and creamiest, HARTLEY & GIBSON'S had more complex flavors, tighter structure and a better developed bouquet. Both are fine
wines though in different styles. I'd call it a draw except in price."
IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES - BAY
VIEW MAGAZINE, San Francisco:
"There are imported Sherries and there are imported Sherries, but none compare in
popularity and price or quality to HARTLEY & GIBSON'S
Sherries. They are in a class by themselves."
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE - "ONE
MAN'S WINE" by Larry Walker:
"My house brand is HARTLEY & GIBSON'S"..."