Mmmmm, port! I adore tawny port. Especially with chocolate. Especially with white-frosting chocolate-cupcake cupcakes :). The perfect way to end a long Friday. This is a W. & J. Graham’s Fine Tawny Porto :). What are you drinking tonight?
I have run a low carb website for over 15 years now. When I started the Atkins / low carb diet, and one of the biggest hurdles I had to face is the initial 2-week induction period which says NO ALCOHOL and only 20g of carbohydrates a day. I could deal with the low carbs
Enjoying a nice glass of Marques de Casa Concha 2016 Carmenere from Chile with a burrito for dinner while I work on updating the WineIntro.com website. I love the flavors in this. A perfect way to celebrate a snowy Friday. What are you guys up to this fine evening? Drinking anything tasty?
Yeast infections are an unfortunate fact of life for many women out there. I used to get regular yeast infections when I ate a sugary diet, and it took me a while to get that all sorted out. Just a note, when I went to a low-sugar diet all my yeast infection issues pretty much
Enjoying a glass of Arrowood 2000 Cabernet Sauvignon which we bought at the winery on a trip out west. The Red Sox play their game :). And Far From Eden played an awesome private gig earlier tonight. A wonderful day. What are you up to?
Is Old Wine Safe to Drink? Does it go Bad? Is Old Wine Safe to Drink? I get this question all the time. A person finds a bottle of wine stashed in a back attic corner or in the basement. It’s from 1950 or some earlier year. They are curious to try the wine –
Enjoying grape leaves and retsina wine. Next comes moussaka. What are you guys up to tonight?
Enjoying some prosecco and live music. What are you guys up to tonight? Drinking anything tasty?
Wow it is absolutely brutally hot and humid here in Massachusetts – where is this weather coming from?? I made a sangria from Botabox box-wine Moscato in the fridge plus frozen strawberries and frozen bananas plus some melon liqueur for good measure. I’m celebrating – my spooky short story set in Sutton Massachusetts was just
Hurrah, my latest medieval novel is now over 30,000 words! I’m making progress on it! I’ve been technically working on it since October 2016 so it’s great to see it coming along. I’m having peach sangria with white wine and rum to celebrate. What are you guys drinking tonight? Do you have anything to celebrate?