A Wine-soaked Journey from grape to glass........
Red, White, and Drunk All Over: A Wine-Soaked Journey from Grape to Glass By Natalie MacLean Release date: 2007-10-16
Have you ever wanted to discovery a 14th Century Masterpiece, well here's your chance. I hope you will swirl, sniff and sip yourself into the wonderful discovery of this amazing elixir. Be part of the history of great wine and try this today! Cheers!
By the way the tasting fee of $10.00 can be shared, but I recommend everyone get their own as the tasting fee includes a very nice Riedel 'O' Cabernet/Merlot/Bordeaux Stemless Wine Glasses, which do have the L'Adventure logo. These glasses sell for $24.95 for the pair retail. But you can get them with your tasting (pours are very generous). Make sure you go early to avoid the crowds, this tasting room or Salon as they call it will fill up quickly. L'Adventure is on most folks hit parade, so please stop on by, taste, enjoy and take some home to enjoy on a special occasion.
That's is all I have time for now, but I still have 3 more wineries from the area that I believe will shock and awe your palates. So until then Cheers! Remember a day without wine is just not a very good day!
I call this a tale of two cities because of the east/west dividing line of the vineyards. I will be writing about my adventures in Paso over the next few weeks. There is so much to talk about! A series entitled, "Paso Robles East vs. West, a tale of two cities" I will also be including a huge photo album of the Paso wine experience. I am in the process of editing and articulating my thoughts. (No it will not be as stuffy, as I just made it sound) it was another fun adventure in wine country. I will give you the good, the bad and the ugly! Not too much of latter two, though!
Preparation and ingredients:Fresh pork ribs, boil on high for about 20 minutes, add to water dried onions, ginger, garlic. While this is going prepare the "island girl sauce" ketchup, honey, garlic, ginger, onions, olive oil, molasses and some red wine vinegar. Stir and warm this sauce. Take ribs immediately from boiling water and put into prepared sauce. Coat thoroughly and let cook on low for an hour or two. Just a note about the sauce, I never make it the same way twice.
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