Wednesday, September 10, 2008

It's like a classy way to get drunk

So have you even been wine tasting? No? Oh man I highly recommend it. Even if you don't like wine, go anyways. You never know what you are going to like. I do find that the wine always tastes better at a winery. 

Maybe is the because you are with friends. Good and interesting people who make you laugh. (Yea we were a bunch of Chicanos out wine tasting. What of it?) Can you see where I am suppose to photoshop myself in?
Maybe its the pretty wine glasses that you can take home. (And if you're like Patty you will be ghetto and take the ones you're not suppose to take home)
Maybe its the cute buildings that the tasting rooms are in. Or the cool names of the wines, like "Black Jack" and "Girlfriends".
Maybe it is the gorgeous vineyards, or the really cool pourer's that work there and make up awesome concoctions. (Sipping on Jeanie's Juice!)

Seriously though, plan a day trip. Out in Temecula you can even take wine tasting tours on a segway! We are totally going segway next time. 


  1. Guess who's married to a sommelier? You should come for dinner sometime.

  2. Anonymous9:01 PM

    I used to date a guy whose brother was dating the daughter of the people who own Mount Palomar Winery. Talk about friend of a friend kind of deal. We used to hang at her parent's house and drink bottle after bottle of their wine. Good stuff. The Riesling was the best. Glad you have fun!

  3. Anonymous9:36 PM

    Wine drinkers are alcoholics in (foofee) disguise.

  4. Anonymous9:39 PM

    Great people talk about ideas, average people talk about things, and small people talk about wine.
    -Fran Lebowitz (1950 - )

    --killjoy was here

  5. Anonymous6:33 AM

    Looks like a great time :)
    I live in the smack dab middle of wine country...the NY Version. I don't like wine but I love going to the vineyards because they're so pretty...and some of them DO try their hand at microbrew beers,which I'm totally game for!


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