Spanish Rioja

Oh sure you watched Sideways and now have become an inveterate drinker of pinot noir and you actively poo-poo offers of fine merlots. So you ask, what can the fine folks at the Sea possibly offer you, the experienced and discerning wine connoisseur? I will tell you what the Sea can offer you ... the mighty Spanish Rioja wines in all of their fruity goodness. So get off of your Pinot Noir and Sam Adams swilling asses and get yourself a good bottle of a Spanish Rioja. Go ahead open up the Wine Spectator magazines that have been gathering dust on your coffee table and find a rioja. We at the Sea are partial to the 2000 Termanthia, but that is just us.

So, in the near future, when the Rioja craze is in full tilt, you can smugly tell your friends that you have been drinking Rioja well before it became popular. And you can thank us, your friends at the Sea for turning you on to such a fine and robust wine.

Rioja it is not just for tapas anymore.

We might be crazy but we have mad fine taste.

Posted by Pernicious at January 3, 2006 10:34 PM

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I never liked wine and seeing Sideways made me hate it. If I could, I would run at the writer with a golf club like a crazy person because that was the only redeming quality of an otherwise boring movie. I actually want to avoid reading the play because the movie was so damn lame.

Posted by: karen at January 12, 2006 11:18 AM

I used to not like wine, but have acquired a real taste for it now. Sideways was kind of irritating.

Posted by: pernicious at January 14, 2006 3:39 PM
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