Tag Archives: Paso Robles

A Dinner In, In Louisville

After the long drive from Detroit to Louisville and a couple of glasses of wine to relax, we started thinking about dinner.  As I said, we schlepped a small refrigerator that runs both off of the car or on a … Continue reading

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A Cocktail Reception

Our accommodations at the Inn at Bay Harbor reminded me of other resorts that we had stayed at, as it appears that one can own the rooms and allow the hotel to lease them when you are not using them.  … Continue reading

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The First of Many

We went to the first graduation party of the season and according to my Bride there is like a total of eight in the next month or so.  There must have been something in the water to have that many … Continue reading

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Foxglove Cabernet Sauvignon

The second wine club selection for the month of May from the Fine Wine Source in Livonia, Michigan is Foxglove Cabernet Sauvignon Paso Robles 2017.  A couple of months ago, the selection was a Foxglove Zinfandel.  Monthly wine club selections … Continue reading

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January Wine Club Selections

It is that wonderful time of the year, when the snow blowers are running on high, the thermostats have to be adjusted and water pipes have to be monitored.  It is also the time of the month when I got … Continue reading

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Two Heady Reds

I picked up two new red wines from my new wine club at Fine Wine Source in Livonia.  I had a very strange week and I could hardly manage to squeeze a trip over there, because I knew that I … Continue reading

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A Godson’s Graduation

We have had quite a few graduation parties to attend this year, that is one of the benefits of getting older.  Most of them have been nephews or nieces and some are the children of cousins, that is what happens … Continue reading

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