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Monday, November 30, 2009

NEWSFLASH! Miss Ginger Swears Off Pinot Grigio!!

No, she hasn't joined a Temperance Union, nor did she go on such a binger that she can't face another bottle (though the latter is certainly more likely than the former!)

She's just found something she likes better! Yasee, for Thanksgiving she was in a big ole hurry and ran into her favorite liquor store and asked for a case of Pinot Noir and a case of Pinot Grigio. The guy said he didn't have a case of pinot grigio (really?!) but he had a great Sauvignon Blanc. As we said, Miss Ginger was in a big ole hurry, so she accepted the sub and headed out the door.


It's truly delish! And even better, it features this fancy new technology: a screw-off cap! Miss Ginger had never seen such a thing before, but she has found it to be the ultimate in convenience! Even when she needs a drink so badly her hands are shaking, she can easily just twist the little cap off like it were Sarah Palin's head! No fucking with cork screws, wine openers, or semi-automatic weapons!


How convenient is that?

6 comments:

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Beringer does some great wine, and we frequently get a six pack deal, but we usually focus on the reds. I like Chardonnay better, the oak really adds flavor :o)

Michael Rivers said...

It doesn't get any better!! How wonderful!

Kailyn said...

Really? Sauvignon Blanc? That's the one white wine I won't drink. And yeah, I'm a big fan of the Beringer Pinot Grigio -- especially since it's about $4 a bottle. If it's not Pinot Grigio, then it's usually Chardonnay -- occasionally a Viognier.

Kailyn said...

Oh, and Ken obviously does not like the Chardonnays from New Zealand since they are aged in stainless instead of oak.

Beth said...

WHA????HUH????NO PINOT GRIGIO????

say it aint so Miss ginger!!!!

XOXOXOX

Beth said...

LOL at the twist-off caps comparison to Palin's head!

I also like Sauvignon Blanc. Chardonnay in steel barrels is okay, but better in oak. I just really like dry wines, the drier the better. Glad you found a new love! XOXO

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