Rants, Raves and Recipes from the Edge of Sanity
For inexpensive wine both are okay on their own.
Pinot Grigio can be very drinkable IMHO....... Moscato on the other claw... Overly-sweet Junior League panty remover, usually seen being smuggled in (along with Lambrini/Lambrusco)to under-age dances by spotty but ever hopeful yoofs.....Typed with the assistance of 50+ years of weary cynicism, experience & memories, while looking sadly at the newly emptied bottle of South African red on my desk....
Bryn, I'm currently hooked on Argentinian Malbec, a deep rich red that pairs well with beef, cooked over fire and eaten with a smokey gaucho.
Drinking and driving? Bad combination....
Malbec, yes indeed, very more-ish with or without food. Judgement on the gaucho, I leave to you, ma'am..... :)
Returning to wine after years of neglect and avoidance. I must confess I am a bit disturbed by the photos in the mom van. Please tell me you are only hiding from the teen queens, and are safely in the driveway.
Looks like a well polished shift knob, too.
NO NO NO- BAD ANGLE! No booze in the transporter! ---Ray
Dona Paula is my current fave from Mendoza State.
Could be worse, could be Night Train, or Cisco Red.http://www.bumwine.com/And if your kids drive you to drink, make sure they know to pick you up when the bar closes even if its past their curfew.
Concha Y Toro (Frontera), and The Show, are my malbecs of the moment, and on a saturday or sunday when I have been grilling some dead cow, I do a pretty fair smoky gaucho impersonation, Wise Angel One.....vaquero viejo
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