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Cabernet and Kittens

Cabernet and Lights

Just home from a fantastic landscape photography session with David Long and the Blackstone Valley Art Association! Now I’ve got several Fiverr articles to write on meditating and yoga. Both kittens are curled up nearby. I’ve got a glass of cabernet. Life is wonderful! What are you up to?

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Texas Wines Rule

Texas Wines

Texas wines are amazing. I was just talking with someone who was drinking a Texan wine. It reminded me of how, here in Massachusetts, I was once lambasted by a local journalist because I was interested in Texan wines. Texas wines are awesome! Give them a try! https://wineintro.com/about/williamson.html

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Fish Eye Chardonnay Box White

Fish Eye Chardonnay Box White

Studies show that fewer people are drinking wine in modern times, much of it due to the hassle of managing a bottle. You can’t just grab a glass of wine. You have to open an entire bottle, find the right glass, and then deal with the leftovers. I have become a strong proponent of box

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Arrowood 2000 Cabernet Sauvignon

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?

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1780 Vintage Georgian Wine Glass

I’m finishing off a glass of Cabernet. I put my glass next to a vintage glass I have from 1780 – look how tiny the Georgian red one is! Were those Jane Austen people drinking tiny thimble-fuls at a time?? 🙂 What are you guys drinking tonight?

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Beaujolais Wine from France

Beaujolais wine – gamay grapes from France – they’re light, fruity, and fun! Perfect for springtime. Have you tried a Beaujolais recently? Which one? What did you think? http://www.wineintro.com/types/beaujolais.html

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Armagnac

Armagnac is a delicious brandy which is made about 100 miles south of Cognac, France. The Three Musketeers would have loved armagnac! Have you ever tried any? Armagnac Wine Information

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Asti Spumanti

Asti Spumanti – light, bubbly, from Italy, and usually far less expensive than Champagne. Have you tried Asti? What do you think? I love it for mixing up colorful cocktails! Asti Spumanti Information