I just can’t wait to get my hands on a few bottles of these paroxysm-inducing wines.
I’ve been looking for a wine that will go well with rotting carcass goulash, and the Bottoms Up! Barolo is sure to fit the bill nicely.
I rather like ducks, and because of this I’ve never wanted to invade their space by latching on to their beaks. I have, however, always wondered what the fluid contained therein would be like. With Shit-Faced Shiraz, I need wonder no longer.
I’m going to have to give the Modderdam Malbec a wide berth though. I just don’t really agree with the labour practices they’ve used to bring us this wine, no matter how good a wine it is.
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I don’t really get Eish; perhaps you have to be Capetonian.
Living in Cape Town for 5 years must have given me enough insight to understand.
No doubt. They should find some way to bottle Capetoniannes and sell it. Joburg people particularly could use a dose now and then.
Indeed young grasshopper, being a Capetonian will help, but there is no substitute for our essence.
You could try two parts vermouth with one part apathy, a twist of cow from those poor things on the N2 at Langa and a bigger airport. Then, maybe just then you could be on your road to wherever it is that we’re on the road to.
Or not. I’m not sure.