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Cheers, m’dear! Were you busy yesterday? I made a brief windswept appearance 🙂 🙂
Yep, trying to do exercises several times during the day, tidying up, nipping into town and sorting paperwork….etc
Ah, what a wine! 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Hey ho! That was last Sunday!
I hope it lived up to expectations.
Oh, I knew it would, that’s the fifth, seven more to go……
Hm. Too early for that first glass, but you planted the thougjht.
Well, it’s been a good Bordeaux with lunch today
Just another Sunday ….. cheers 🍷🍷
Thanks, David! 🍷🍷
You do like your French wines don’t you? I’m more of a New World wine fan. Although currently enjoying some Italian Primitivo and Negroamaro.
I would join you with Southern Italian wines for everyday, and Portuguese reds from the Douro. But I love a good claret, Rhône red, Burgundy on occasions! Actually, I shall be tasting a South African ‘Bordeaux blend’ soon which I haven’t had for about 15+ years, so that will be interesting….
Perhaps we should try a claret. Any suggestions? We have an excellent local wine shop.
Well, the thing is I bought good wines from a merchant some years ago, and I always bought excellent vintages which wouldn’t be available now…..Wine like that needs keeping…Not necessarily available locally, and if they were the price would be steep☹️
I’m not sure I could keep wine 🍷😂