Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Yellow Tail Pinot Noir

Vibrant cherry and raspberry flavors. Earthy notes add complexity to the well balanced tannins in this lively Pinot Noir wine. Long flavorful finish.

You notice it mentions flavor twice in the first lines?

What is your favorite thing? Vibrant cherry and raspberry flavors. Also, ecology, can't beat that ecology. Earthy notes add complexity to the well balanced tannins in this lively Pinot Noir wine. I wouldn't mind renting a movie though. Long flavorful finish. A happy ending.

Who are you? What is your favorite thing? Dull cherry or raspberry flavs. Vibrant cherry and raspberry flavors. This is where the vines hang. Also ecology, can't beat that ecology. Not peripatetic, per se, but peripa-something. Earthy notes add complexity to the well balanced tannins in this lively Pinot Noir wine. They add weight too. I wouldn't mind renting a movie though. There's a drag on the momentum for you. Long flavorful finish. What is your favorite thing? A happy ending.

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Get ready. The wine is a mirror. It's going to ask you some questions now. Who are you? What's this all about? Why do you breathe? How would you consider it to have all worked out? What is your favorite thing? A pleasure. An interesting contrast between thinness of body and serious bite. A set of vocalises for viola and boldness. Dull cherry or raspberry flavs. A jammy jammie-jams jam. Suddenly the figs don't seem so great anymore. Such things as dreams are made of. Vibrant cherry and raspberry flavors. Shards of other, different vibrancies. The spice smell of indie markets and ironic t-shirts. What is your favorite thing? This is where the vines hang. This is one foot in both sides. This is where the matzah leavens. Studying the wine brings all the explanations you've ever understood. Also ecology, can't beat that ecology. That's the only thing with answers. Also physics, which is another word for magic, which is another word for Eastern. Have you seen what those people drink? Not peripatetic, per se, but peripa-something. That's a thing, but also this is a thing. What is your favorite thing? Carpaccio for blues string quartet. Earthy notes add complexity to the well balanced tannins in this lively Pinot Noir wine. Drinks like a fish. Pairs well with ginger wrapped wasabi. The lectures aren't exactly scams, but those people certainly misrepresent. They add weight too. Again, not the end of the world. Anything to make a salable impression. What is your favorite thing? I wouldn't mind renting a movie though. Uh-oh. Moments of the world outside the glass. Now it's hard to focus on the plum brandy holiday party of the climax. There's a drag on the momentum for you. Barren and cratered, like the northern desert. Surprisingly drinkable. Doesn't exactly let you down, but misrepresents. What is your favorite thing? Long flavorful finish. Slow restatement of the theme. Lots of time to reflect. Unless there's not. What is your favorite thing? Has any other wine asked you to articulate that? Can you even say? Feel it travel up your trunk. A happy ending. Just like on tv. Is that too much too hope for? What else is there?

Quote: Who was blowing on the nape of my neck?
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Food Pairings: BBQ meats beef, poultry, mild curries, cold cuts, sandwiches

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