I didn’t realize when I purchased the 2011 Plungerhead Zin a few weeks ago that it was made by The Other Guys, whose mission, it seems, is to make good wines at everyman prices.
As an aside, the winemakers seem to be taking a wait-and-see attitude since the ultimate proof of the harm – or not – of the ongoing drought will be in the quality of the wines.
Early adopters claim metaphysical powers of the egg, while others say that their customers like looking at them because they’re cool.
My Pentax DSLR’s meeting the concrete a little too up close and personal last year was, let’s just say, not good for its picture-taking health.
This is “as is” with no corrections, and once again, I apologize for any typos and any gibberish.
Fun from the Wine Bloggers Conference! Let’s see how this works!
On July 18, 2014, the TTB (Tax and Trade Bureau) announced the approval of the newest California American Viticultural Area, the Malibu Coast AVA.
About 350 of my closest blogger friends and I decided that we couldn’t live without spending a week in perfect weather!
Thanks to Tim for hooking me up about information on The Daily Meal’s list of 101 top wineries in the
Ordinarily, Pinot Gris is made into a white wine. A Pinot Gris Rosé is a different beast altogether.
However, there are a couple of white varietals that give me fits because I find that I’m always comparing them to their French counterparts.
My Aunt Joyce and I would visit the Hilton regularly for a girls’ weekend away, and she is the source of one of the funniest “I’ve had too much to drink oh god let me die” stories ever.