The kind people at Shingle Peak wines have made their decision about the five lucky winners of a 6-pack of wine.
For those of you who know me and didn't win, I had nothing to do with the judging! For those of you who know me and did win, I had nothing to do with the judging!
Winners, if the email address you gave me on your post was correct, you'll be hearing from Shingle Peak in the next few days regarding delivery of your wine. If the email address was incorrect, I'm going to drink it myself.
Winners As Chosen By Shingle Peak...
September 19, 2009 5:07 AM EDT
Where was the Pinot Noir when I brought that mallard to my table! Either of the Pinots will suffice to adorn the table with my eclectic range of wild roasts, and bounce around the palates of equally wild guests.
- Jim Bow
* Jim, can you email me by clicking on E-mail the Author to the left so I can get your correct details to Shingle Peak?
September 22, 2009 6:29 PM EDT
Shingle peak Pinot Gris would be my pick to review. "Spring tastes like nectar, drawn to it like a bee." Well I am, anyway.Cheers, Julie
September 25, 2009 12:33 AM EDT
It is a little known fact that my real name is Nicky Pinotgrino. Truly. And even if it wasn't I'd change it for six free bottles...
September 27, 2009 3:10 AM EDT
A celebratory sauvignon blanc. Not a Shingle Peak should go by without looking up - and giving thanks.
September 27, 2009 5:00 AM EDT
Mmmm - wine to taste - what would we choose?
Shingle Peak Pinot Gris for our reviews!
Lovely and tasty and oh sooo good
We’d devour it daily if only we could.
Six bottles of wine in the fridge – what delight
We’d share it with friends from noon until night.
- Grant & Neree