For several years, my Bride’s office was not far from a quaint English styled restaurant on a main drag in the metro area.  Before I had met my Bride, I used to hear about this restaurant from an older co-worker, who always would respond that Meriwether’s was his favorite restaurant for him and his wife.

Meriwether’s is part of the Chuck Muer chain of restaurants.  Most of the restaurants each have their own name and look.  The most prevalent common bond of this group is their offering of fish and seafood and steaks.  We even ate at one of their restaurants when we were on holidays in Palm Beach, Florida.   I always look forward to a nice dinner of fish when we dine at one the Muer restaurants.  At Meriwether’s one of the most memorable trademarks is that the bread is baked in a teacup, which is very novel.   Who would not remember this cute little marketing concept?

So with all the talk of seafood, I think of Chardonnay wine.   I always attempt to try a different brand whenever I can.  We had this once a Dry Creek Vineyard Chardonnay from Sonoma County in California.  The Sonoma area is one district that we have not visited though at some point we will.  So far I can not think of a wine from the Sonoma County that I have not enjoyed, and this wine was no exception.

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