BEERMAN
(Traveler)
11/05/17 09:08 PM
108.45.108.124
TomB and Chianti lovers

Tom, we were actually in your neck of the woods today at the Potomac Point Winery, mother in-laws birthday. It was drizzly but we enjoyed their wine. Later I cooked dinner at home and opened this bottle of Tati red from your favorite Piemonte region. It was less than $10 at Wholefoods....try this! Cheers!!



TomB
(Traveler)
11/06/17 09:22 AM
166.137.240.76
Re: TomB and Chianti lovers

Beerman,

We were in Yorktown this weekend babysitting grandchildren. Our oldest and his lovely wife celebrated the big #5. The only thing better than travel is being with grandchildren! Although, I can honestly say by the end of the weekend my years were showing with an active 4 year old boy and 6 month old princess who does not like to sleep longer than 30 minutes. Sunday’s drive home was blur.

Barbera is a favorite in our house. Always serve with food! Barbera is not Chianti – It is better! (of course IMHO)

You must be complimented on two things: 1) You found a Barbera less than $10 and 2) You found something at Whole Foods for less than $10. Both are amazing feats!

Remember – It is always cheaper by the case.

BTW - did you stick with Photobucket?


BEERMAN
(Traveler)
11/06/17 10:43 AM
108.45.108.124
Re: TomB and Chianti lovers

Ooops...vino faux pas! Funny, I always looked at the wine lists, but eventually just ordered "the house red". Each regions local reds were very good and on average 3 euros a glass was incredible!

Photobucket account is good for another year or so, then poof they're gone.


TomB
(Traveler)
11/06/17 12:15 PM
65.207.86.2
Re: TomB and Chianti lovers

At least it was not a serious one... like calling a Stout and IPA


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