"Centurion refers to a Roman general who commanded 100 troops. As heavy and bright as the legendary Roman Regimental Standard this wine offers remarkable structure and grace surrounded and cherry are entwined throughout and integrated into this blend.
Oak and tannin offer a strapping core of fruit and sweet earth. Sleeker than a javelin and mightier than a double-bladed sword, releases we have ever been honored to deliver."
This story lured me IN. Designer Betsey Johnson moved to this very well sitedMalibu Beach Trailer Park saying:
At my age, if I fall down in the middle of the street, I want somebody to go: Hey! What's that girl doing in the middle of the street?
See the whole BETSEY Pink Place HERE!
Deep ruby red in the glass, Estate Pinot Noir is fragrant with aromas of plum, fresh herb, and an enticing, signature floral note. Medium bodied on the palate, it offers a mixture of raspberry, berry compote, mocha, and white pepper with good persistence and acidity.
The 2019 is $17.99 @MetroWines
From Doggone Good Wine, Mendicino
A rich and velvety blend of 45% Zinfandel, 22% Touriga Nacional, 7% Tinta Barroca, 7% Touriga Francesca, 6% Tinta Roriz, 6% Tinta Cao, 3% Petite Sirah, 2% Syrah, 2% Pinotage Deep ruby color with aromas & flavors of dark berries finishing with a soft spice and toasty oak."
Zach carried Fred's Red in his Cincinnati Store. Rave Reviews. Big Hit.
*** $16.99 ***
Looking for treasure with a metal detector has a long history.
But, with the onslaught of technology, the art form fell out of style. Recent shows like the one shown here, "The Detectorists," (BTW, Andy and I agree that this is possibly the best show ever!), youtube channels (including the Nugget Noggin from Charlotte) and a push by celebrities (Drew Barrymore gives detectors away on her show) have brought the the treasure hunt back into focus across all demographics.
The Renaissance in Florence was documented by scholars scribes and artists. At the heart, was Vespasiano da Bisticci. Born 1422, he was called then and now, "the king of the world's booksellers." At a time when books were made by hand, Vespasiano produced hundreds of volumes from his bookshop.