Fifty Shades of Grape

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Well, apparently I need to go watch “The Hunger Games”. Woof!
A quick Google search reveals that there’s some rather interesting fan-fiction out there involving these three. 

Well, apparently I need to go watch “The Hunger Games”. Woof!

A quick Google search reveals that there’s some rather interesting fan-fiction out there involving these three. 

I mean, come on. It’s a lot less effort and I’m a helluva lot funnier afterwards.

I mean, come on. It’s a lot less effort and I’m a helluva lot funnier afterwards.

Obviously, we’ve never frequently done exactly these things.
Cheese on e-bay?

Obviously, we’ve never frequently done exactly these things.

Cheese on e-bay?

Frankly, I’m getting thirsty. Oh, let me take those sexy glasses off your handsome face and put them over here. I’ll make sure you remember to take them with you in the morning…

Frankly, I’m getting thirsty. Oh, let me take those sexy glasses off your handsome face and put them over here. I’ll make sure you remember to take them with you in the morning…

Five Tips for Food and Wine Pairing

Now usually I just break the nearest bottle open with a hammer and try not to cut myself while I guzzle it down, but these folks make it sound easy to be classy. Again, Wine Folly comes through with a brilliant post describing the five important things to consider in pairing wine with food. Another infographic!

A Penny for My Thoughts...: The Art of Holding a Wine Glass

anapobs:

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  • White wine & champagne. Always hold your glass or flute by the stem. Holding it by the “bowl” warms your drink, and both white wine and sparkling wine taste best when chilled. Instead of holding the bowl, pinch the stem between your index finger and thumb. Otherwise, you might get called a…

So… you’re telling me you’re not supposed to drink straight from the bottle?

Oh! It’s me! Wine in vein!

necore:

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Wine for dinner! That’s what we’re having. 12 bottles for 6 people should be enough, right?

What can I say, I like the dark ones. And the solid ones. Oh, and the full bodied velvety caressing ones. 
Excuse me a moment… I need to go… freshen up.

What can I say, I like the dark ones. And the solid ones. Oh, and the full bodied velvety caressing ones. 

Excuse me a moment… I need to go… freshen up.

And we are a happy lot, aren’t we?

And we are a happy lot, aren’t we?

Next time I’m at a nice restaurant, I’m going to ask the waiter to bring me something meaty with a muscular structure and a firm finish. If I say it with a wink, will I get what I want?

Next time I’m at a nice restaurant, I’m going to ask the waiter to bring me something meaty with a muscular structure and a firm finish. If I say it with a wink, will I get what I want?

Wine vs Beer Calorie Infographic

Well we like infographics

From our friends over at Wine Folly: “Both beer and wine have some added benefits to drinkers that many distilled alcoholic beverages do not. For instance, red wine that is high in tannin contains procyanidins which protect against heart disease. Beer is a significant source of dietary silicon which improves bone density and reduces the risk of osteoporosis.”Infographics are fun for learning!

The take home point is: Drink more wine!

You’ve never had a full-throttle experience like this handsome bottle of 2000 Tenuta Guada al Tasso Superiore. Polished yet wild. That’s what mommy likes.
Fun fact: this wine is a blend of cabernet merlot and syrah. And JT here is a blend of sex class and animal magnetism. Yum!

You’ve never had a full-throttle experience like this handsome bottle of 2000 Tenuta Guada al Tasso Superiore. Polished yet wild. That’s what mommy likes.

Fun fact: this wine is a blend of cabernet merlot and syrah. And JT here is a blend of sex class and animal magnetism. Yum!

gyaboes:

Dream.

Oh my goodness… I had the same dream! Yours has better lighting.

gyaboes:

Dream.

Oh my goodness… I had the same dream! Yours has better lighting.

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We need to have one with Justin Timberlake... Just saying.

OMG I’m on it!

Aren’t we all though?

Aren’t we all though?