The Women Tell All

Tonight we watched all of Brad’s previous ladies spout off about their Bachelor experience. The available wine to pair with the seemingly more unavailable Bachelor is a Folonari Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon Venezie. The wineries mission statement is to create wines accessible to everyday tables, making it a perfect date for tonight. To add to the experience…

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Solo Flight

I wake up at 5:30 in the morning, the only problem is it’s a Saturday. As I look at the blustery skies and the listen to the weatherman’s accusations that “more snow and deep freeze temperatures are on it’s way” I realize I don’t think the city is the place to be this weekend. With…

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Hometown Conundrum

A conundrum is a confusing, perplexing or awkward predicament. This week, Brad is visiting the four remaining ladies in their hometowns. This week’s wine is one I think suiting to Brad’s situation, Conundrum is a California white blend that is dynamic and goes with pretty much anything you throw at it. Which helps when you are…

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Bachelor Ménage à Trois

I know you are reading the title of this post thinking, “she’s gone a little too far with watching the Bachelor”, but no I am not as obsessive as our reality friend Michelle, I just picked a wine that  I could share with two men tonight since it is Valentine’s day- Gary and Brad (but…

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Mi Amore

I know it’s commercialized and somewhat cheesy but I decided to dedicate this post to Saint Valentine’s Day and all loveliness associated with it. Of course there had to be pink (and lots of it), cinnamon hearts, cute cards, love poems and flowers. To balance it out I also had to incorporate a book on…

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Bogle and Brad the Bachelor

For Part 2 of Accessible Wine paired with Inaccessible Men we have a one on one with Bogle’s Petite Sirah ($16). For those who don’t know a Sirah is a grape separate from the syrah/shiraz grapes. It is typically used for blending in wines but there are many vineyards in California that plant it predominantly…

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