Monday, March 7, 2011

A Life List Update And Some Shiny Happy News

I have officially hit my 25 bottle mark on my wine life list. I am a quarter of the way through. That sounds really bad until you think that it's been since last May or so since I embarked on this particular adventure. And also when you consider that I haven't consumed every bottle on my own. Most of them, yes (LUSH!) but not all. I have had help now and then. So I now give you numbers 11-25:

11. Snapdragon Chardonnay
12. Mirassou Pinot Noir
13. Stone Cellars Chardonnay
14. Trinity Oaks Pinot Noir (one of my favorites, thus far)
15. Snapdragon Pinot Grigio
16. Sutter Home Chardonnay
17. Sutter Home Pinot Grigio
18. Mezzacorona Pinot Grigio (YUM!)
19. Woodbridge Pinot Grigio
20. Gallo Sauvignon Blanc
21. Bogle Sauvignon Blanc (muy bien!)
22. Montevina Pinot Grigio (delicious)
23. King Shag Sauvignon Blanc (bought at Trader Joe's and I will be making more frequent trips just for this one!)
24. Five Rivers Pinot Grigio
25. Dancing Bull Sauvignon Blanc

These are heavy on the whites, I realize, but sometimes the reds launch me into a migraine, so I'm careful. I believe that there is enough winter left, however, to thoroughly enjoy a few more reds before I settle into some soft summer whites.

As for the shiny, happy news, I guess it affects me more than you. My PC finally drove us all to the edge of sanity (not a long drive, I realize) and we jumped to the Mac side of things. I am on a steep learning curve, and I'm not too crazy about seeing my own face in photos in high resolution, but otherwise, my beloved and I have been asking ourselves why we did not convert to Macs sooner. Possibly the only way this will affect you at all (unless you live in my house and you don't have to hear me curse at our PC) is that because I am in the blissful first stages of love, I may be posting more. I might end up just typing grocery lists and such on here just for the joy of using this thing.

I think my new baby needs a name. Any suggestions?

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