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You stand tall in the train, suspended by a solitary rusty metal chain which you clutch in your worn-out hands. The other grey commuters sit in silence, eyes staring straight ahead at nothing in particular, seemingly without anything to look forward to as they are shunted from point…
Aromatic, cloudy, citrus, spices. Smoke finish. Drop dead gorgeous. Quiet here in Ottawa after Oktoberfest @brosbeerbistro always a pleasure.
Proprietor James will seat you and check periodically to make sure everything is just perfect. The service, the salmon tarragon soup and the other fare certainly are perfect! And the view is a Million Bucks!
Blasón del Turra tempranillo, Piccini Chianti, Cedro Chianti Rufina Organic. One word on each in order: easy-drinking, nice acidity, impressive personality. In fine restaurants. Not in LCBO. Available also to the public from Wine Lovers Agency, Woodbridge, Ontario.
Medium plum red, stunning lively perfume of black cherries, blackberries, and forest floor, with leather, and fresh spring meadow. Medium-bodied, with silky smooth texture and a long finish. A brilliant wine. This ’08 follows the blockbuster “07, which is also still available. Both can be purchased directly from the winery.
A balmy 9 degrees C and Gosling’s Gold Bermuda Rum helped make it nice and toasty!
John Hall gets it right with his Double Barrel Reserve. Smooth. Posted using Tinydesk blog app