Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Andy gets Jammy

Andy totally scored at [DELETED]* last night and found that fantastic bottle of red that we had at Heartland for only $7.99!! We are so going in on a case together. Here's what she had to say:

There is something about an old vine bottle of wine that is nearly guaranteed to be sultry. When you find 50 year old vines for under $10, it seems too good to be true. Viña Alarba is dense and smooth. It has a mysteriousness about it that can only be from the extracted, jammy, old vine juice. The sultry flavor of minerals peak through on the mid-palate. Let'um shop the cheap California rack, that means there will be more Viña Alarba for us. We've got 50 year old vines at the price of a mass produced white zin; being "in-the-know" couldn't be any better.

We've decided that we aren't telling you where because we're going to go clean them out before y'all git yer grubby hands all over our vino. But if you find it for yourself, buy lots. You won't be disappointed.


At 9:28 PM , Blogger Jimmy Krocak said...

I will be more impressed when you tell me how i can score a 30 pack cube of Schmitz (Light) for under $10. Keep me posted until then!

At 7:21 AM , Blogger Joy Estelle said...

I thought you only drank Blatz?

At 4:42 PM , Blogger Jimmy Krocak said...

To me, Blatz is like Miller Lite to some people, you don't typically order it when you first show up to a bar, but if they don't have what you really want, then a good old Miller Lite (Blatz) will do.


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