I like fancy dinner parties, and I like my wines to be well dressed too, so when I saw wine capes at the store I had to buy them.
Though likely intended as a Hallowe’en decoration, I use them year round. Vampires are always fashionable.1
A very thoughtful friend brought this back from Edmonton, of all places. Apparently the LCBO doesn’t carry it. To have this corrected, write to them here.
I love the idea, and the wine’s not bad either. Very fruity.
Vampire Vineyards is located in sunny California, and seems to have a vested interest in vampire literature and culture.
We tried the Cabernet Sauvignon, but they also make vampire coffee and Dracola. I kid you not.
I’m (un)dying to try out some of their other wines.
In other news…
I’ve been serving as a juror on a civil case for the past two and a half weeks. We have a brief three day break, then I go back for (at least) another week, so things are likely to be relatively quiet here and on Twitter for the next little bit.
I know it’s my civic duty and whatnot, but it is taking a large chunk of time away from my work, which is discouraging. So it goes.
- Notice the lack of sparkle. Bling – yes, sparkle – no. [↩]
2 thoughts on “The perfect red wine?”
“Very fruity” I feel the need to point out that most vampires are fruity anyways.
I don’t drink wine or coffee, but Dracola looks amusing.
I like the wordplay in Dracola, but I’m not keen on pop.
I’d be interested to try their Trueblood Pinot Noir, though.
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