The days of May went by like a breeze, leaving me very busy and without much time to blog. Good thing it’s June and I can get back in the swing of writing.
Today I did a bit of Spring cleaning while I had the house to myself – things get done a bit better when the boy’s not home The floors have been swept, the laundry’s done and the dishwasher is on. I need some wine!!
I have a leftover bottle of Pinot Grigio in my fridge that has quickly become a favourite. (Of course I’m drinking it in a red wine glass because all of my white wine glasses are being cleaned. Big no no, but I couldn’t resist!) It’s a crisp, Canadian wine that I keep coming back to because it’s so refreshing and light.
Name: Naked Grape
Variety: Unoaked Pinot Grigio
Vintage: Don’t know
Producer: Naked Grape
Country/Region: Niagara Falls, Ontario – The wine is cellared in Canada but uses both domestic and imported wines.
Where Sampled: At home, by myself
Date: June 3, 2012
- Notes of melon, apricot, and citrus upon smelling
- Crisp, light taste that is very refreshing
- Tastes great with no food accompaniment, but would pair well with poultry, seafood, or pasta
- Great value for the deliciousness it produces.
Ahhh, I’m definitely relaxed now…and the house is clean!