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Dec
26

Exclusive Article Written For Cork’d.com

By Patrick

Please check out this exclusive article I wrote for Corkd.com, just click the link below to go there then when you are done please check out corkd.com. Thanks Patrick

 

 

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“Tis The Season” is upon us and with it comes all the hard work and anxiety that goes along with this happiest time of year. Personally, I think Bing Crosby was full of it. We work all year leading up …

 

  • http://moyeboystoys.blogspot.com Michelle

    Haha – love it! My in-laws are pretty wealthy, and enjoy drinking wine. For years, I bring nice bottles over, which they put aside and offer all of us “Barefoot Chardonnay” or a 1.5L of Sutter Home.

    My sis is no better…she is a physician who routinely goes tasting/buying in the Willamette Valley. I host holidays more often than her, so I tell her to bring a “NICE” bottle over for dinner. They show up with a something I can find at the grocery store for $10. Yet, she and her husband suck down all of the good stuff I have opened and decanted ahead of time.

    I got so tired of this, that I resigned myself to drinking inexpensive wines over the holidays, leaving the “special” bottles for another time. Thank you for the great tips, Kahuna! With a little pre-planning, cunning and sleight-of-hand, my husband and I can once again enjoy that special bottle at our holiday get-togethers without having the stress of wasting it on those who are less discerning. I wish I had seen this article a month ago!

    Happy Birthday to Little Kahuna!

  • castello

    Love it. Resigning ourselves to drink the cheap stuff during the holidays is a tough one to swallow.
    I think I’ve got some midrange bottles for the ungratefull ones.
    Great article. Do you write for Cork’d regularly? Are you one of the Honchos?

  • brooklyn paul

    what is going on?

    wow, you are such a BLN

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