Love. Love. Love.
There’s a new sheriff in town.
This wine is ecstatically delicious.
Seriously, it’s not even fair to the other winemakers of the world.
While Xavier was switched on by the Menage A Trois Gold Chardonnay, in my opinion there is nothing finer than the Silk Soft Red.
This wine is rated at 90 points. No arguments here.
70% Pinot Noir. 20% Malbec. 10% Petite Sirah
Alchemy in a barrel.
But nothing is simple. To be human is to be caught in moments of conflicting emotions and events.
Earlier in the day Xavier was in a car accident.
Less than a mile from home, on his way to buy me fancy popcorn, Xavier was stopped in traffic when a distracted old lady plowed into the back of his car at 35 miles an hour.
Apparently Mrs. Too Old To Be Driving looked up from her knitting just in time to see to see his taillights and say “Oh Shit!”
She had longer skid marks in her Depends than she left on the road trying not to hit my husband.
She pushed his car 20 feet and into the next lane. Fortunately other drivers were paying attention and no one else hit him during his slide across the road.
Xavier was so excited about this car and had only bought it three weeks prior. It still had the temporary plates and he had not even made the first payment yet.
While not dead or paralyzed, he is definitely hurt and this situation is a long way from being resolved.
In a real time example of yin and yang, we sat on the couch drinking the most delicious wine in the world while he told me the story and showed me the police report and the photos. Being human, in all it’s conflicting glory.
Two of the most important questions in life are: What will you focus on? and What does it mean?
Could something good come of this seemingly unfortunate turn of events?
Without overplaying my hand, I believe there will be a positive outcome and, when that day arrives, we’ll celebrate with another bottle of Silk Soft Red Blend.