hi all, the wine lady has been away for awhile dealing with a pretty tumultuous summer. but now autumn has arrived, time to settle in with whatever new life changes have occurred for all of us. and what better way to do it than with a glass of wine. so chin up, head to the sky, glasses high!Cheers,and don't be afraid to tilt the glass!
i was given a couple bottles of wine yesterday, a southeastern aussie chardonnay and a california zinfandel. they were both economical buys, which everyone knows i love. i love expensive wines also. i just don't want to purchase them, because i also love eating.but, back to the wines from yesterday. the aussie chardonnay was called black opal, retails here in pennsylvania for about $5. that price
i guess i love philadelphia. i keep wanting to make this blog about something else. i say that i want to include experiences from all over and not just my daily philly travels. but...hey, i live here, i love here, i eat and drink here. it's an awesome place.my husband and i visited a tavern today, on an amazingly beautiful sunday, a place called eulogy. yes, this post is not about a sermon or a
i had the pleasure of visiting a new restaurant in center city philly called 707. i was there for a snack and a drink, all in the name of my profession. i actually get paid to teach about wines and spirits and how well they go with the foods we eat. it's a special life.back to 707. well, i found it to be a pretty place, sort of new york loft style decor; very modern. but more importantly, the
one of the great things about wine, and blogging, as a matter of fact, is that even when it's boring, it's enjoyable. Some ordinary wine you've had a thousand times, on a relaxing sunday night before another week of pressure, is better than looking at an empty bottle of opus one or dom perignon. They say the same thing about pizza and sex, that even when it's bad , it's good, Maybe.I guess what
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