I often drink The Whole SheBang, much to my head’s demise — the next morning.
SheBang is one of my favorite red wines, and if you happen to see me dining at Dragon King’s Daughter in the Highlands, you can bet I’m drinking a glass (OK, bottle) of it. I’ve also seen it at the Wine Market next door to Big Bar, and it’s at all the major liquor stores, too, including that East End behemoth Total Wine & Spirits.
For a California Red, it’s spicy, thick and smooth. It reminds me of a Zinfandel — like my other favorite 7 Deadly Zins — but is even more approachable for non-wine drinkers, and it pairs well with those Asian-fusion ginger chicken tacos.
Try it next time your at DKD or at the liquor store!
Mom says to eat my fruits and vegetables. Got my fruit down.
Thank you, Huber’s Winery.
I was watching a new video by Matt Bellassai, my spirit animal, and I noticed a bottle of Bulleit bourbon in the background. Would you look at that!
If you don’t know who Matt Bellassai is, click on the link above and say goodbye to your weekend. You’ll be watching videos for days.
Where is my red wine and dignity?
Visited Brooks Hill Winery this weekend and found the lady of the winery. Kinda creepy, kinda sexy. You decide.
Nothing says Happy Birthday like two scoops of ice cream — blueberry and peanut butter chocolate — after a mass consumption of wine. Thank you, Hubers Winery, for just being you.
I’ve loved the Old 502 Winery since it took over River Bend a few years back, and now they’re putting in a new restaurant near the tasting room. Even more of an excuse to make weekly trips for wine and cheese!
Gives new meaning to wining and dining … if you take me there, I’ll put out.