Oenophilia – An obsessive disorder or just a way of life?

Swirl, Sniff, and Spit with your friend, Patrick

Wine Blogging Wednesday #42

This blogger has finally tried to get his act together and join with the countless other wine tasting bloggers and post to the world-famous Wine Blogging Wednesday!

What is this, you ask? Every month a “host” selects a topic/category and on the prescribed day, we all post our review of a wine that fits. This month, Andrew Barrow from Spitoon decided we should review an Italian red in “Just 7 Words” and post. Sounds great! I love Vino Rosso and enjoy a word-play challenge. However…

Evil Head Cold keeps my bottle corked!

I am smitten with the plague that seems to have knocked out most of Sonoma County through the past few weeks. Even my AP-celebrated daughter is sniffing and hacking. I would have tasted

Il Dominio 1997 Bagnoli “Classico” Friularo “Vendemmia Tardiva”

Big ‘ol props to anyone who has tried a wine from Bagnoli di Sopra in the Veneto. The DOC has one village, one winery, and is the only region to have the right to the varietal, Friularo.

Alas. No tasting this week. But at least you have my seven words…hopefully not my last.


  Andrew wrote @

what a complete shame, thanks anyway Patrick

  lia wrote @

That’s hysterical, Patrick. I’m impressed you can still muster up wit with a head cold. I’ve got one too and I’m just whiny. 😉

  Erin wrote @

I think everyone has it. Perhaps it is just one of those things that happens to make us appreciate our palates.

I hope you feel better soon so you can bring us more wine news.

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