|2015 Tulocay Zinfandel Russian River Valley Sonoma County
Awarded Double Gold and Best of Class
at the 2018 El Dorado County Fair Wine Competition. 16.2% alcohol.
Fasten your seat belts! (More notes to come once we get around to it!)
by Terence Sheridan
The zinfandel, the crackers, and the Brie
Were carefully arranged between the two.
He studied at the University.
The hostess taught and lectured on Cixous.
The table turned, more food was brought to him.
A fifteen year advantage went to her,
Discounting her endearing smile, her trim
Physique, the hazel eyes and chestnut hair.
“So witty and intelligent!” he mused.
She grinned and thought, “So much potential, there.”
Her looks, the zinfandel — his mind confused,
He felt a radiance; her mind was clear.
They finished off the zinfandel and Brie
And covered lessons from the Odyssey.
men have perished trying to make a woman happy than have ever died
from drug or alcohol addiction." — Thomas
P. Hagen, educator, philosopher,
environmentalist, historical preservationist, farm house rebuilder,
antique furniture repairer and refinisher, tea expert, screenwriter,
life-long German bachelor
was once a lady from Kent,
Who said she knew what men meant.
When they asked her to dine,
Private room, champagne, wine,
She knew what they meant and she went."
"To buy very good wine nowadays
requires only money. To serve it to your guests is a sign of fatigue." — William
F. Buckley, Jr.
“It has become quite a
common proverb that in wine there is truth.” — Pliny
a bad cloak there is often a good drinker.” — from “Don
Quixote” by Miguel de Cervantes
“Drink a glass of wine after
your soup and you steal a ruble from your doctor.” — Russian Proverb