Six Word Saturday: A previously posted festive image, reworked

OK, being lazy today – and why not?! An image from a Christmas past:

 

 

16 comments

  1. It works for me, once and twice.

  2. Ah, the noble Gevrey-Chambertin. One of my top tipples, when I can justify the expense. 😉
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Enjoy your Chambolle, my friend, and a very pleasant Christmas Day. It’s a great festive photo.

  4. 1999? If you still have one of those I will be interested to know what it tastes like.

    • Sue

      Village Burgundy (as opposed to Premier or Grand Cru ) even from a good year doesn’t keep long. So no, that was all drunk years ago. Even a 1999 Grand Cru would be past it by now, I’m sure. Bordeaux is another matter – you can reckon on 25 years plus for the best vintages, from the best producers. Why were you asking, Jude?

  5. Wonderful wines to celebrate. Merry Christmas, Sue.

  6. The holly and the ivy… 🙂 🙂 Merry Christmas, Sue!

    • Sue

      Thank you! The Holly and the Ivy indeed, Jo! Are you settling. In for Christmas now? I’ve just been to the deli to collect my cheese order, and now I’m putting the coffee machine on….

      • Heavens! They were open at this time of day? Yes, I’m all done. When Michael finally stirs from bed we might have a walk out. Fabulous pink skies this morning. Got to put some beef in the slow cooker later. Might join you for coffee. Meantime, sending hugs 🙂 🙂

      • Sue

        Teehee….it was quite funny. I had been told they were opening at 7.30, duly trotted along…I had been told the wrong time, but the manager let me in, and I certainly beat the queue!! Hugs to you , Jo, and have a relaxing day

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