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Setting Boundries

The birds are welcome to the sunflower seeds, the last of the raspberries and blackberries and the odd over-ripe tomato.  But they must not touch a single grape!   14 more words

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Robin K. Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast

Another Sonoma, Cali (that I loved), 2012

What the hell? This has been on our shelves for months and I had no idea it existed. Like the quiet boy in class; You know he’s there, he’s always an option to work with, but you just never allow yourself the time to get to know him. 219 more words


Wine Tasting in Marseille

Marisa and I knew that we couldn’t go to France without drinking wine…and lots of it. So, when we came across the opportunity to do a wine tasting, it seemed like the perfect plan. 597 more words


5 reasons why Vinci is awesome for the budget traveller

Top reason: The wine is affordable

We didn’t know we had a good thing, when it came to drinking wine in Vinci, until we left. 654 more words


Building Fences

I do not like fences between neighbors. Or walls. They represent a breakdown of communication. A breakdown of détente. Of respect. I believe that border disputes should be handled with communication, with information and with agreements. 773 more words


Walking in a Winery Wonderland -- Road Trip to Nashik

Sula Vineyards is a place I’ve had on my radar for a while, ever since I found out from my friend, N, that Sula had a resort where I could relax, soak in the sun, and drink wine all weekend long. 2,687 more words