Who said that lunch time isn’t the best time for a glass of wine? Rather, glasses of wines? 😀
Pats and I went to a wine tasting event last Sunday and it was like, great! Wines from Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Chile, Germany, Italy, Spain, South Africa, and France were over flowing. Some good, some so-so, all bottomless, sort of. Most of the more expensive wines were finished quite fast. So, unfortunate. Well, not all expensive are good anyways. Remember Green Vale and Van Loveren? RM20 and RM50 of good red and white, respectively 😉
We arrived a few minutes past 11 AM, weather was hot, but we’re excited for the wines. At the reception, we were given a small booklet, a pencil, and the most important thing – the wine glass. The booklet’s for reference of all the grapiness, short description and price of each wine served. Good thing I watched the Executive Channel a lot back home, learned how to properly say Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, et al, and some small must-knows about wines. But, we were mostly trying to cope in. Hehe :p
The event was not all wine though, there were few tapas and pastas, which I say were good. Selection wasn’t that many, it’s eat-all-you-can nonetheless.
But then again, it’s all about the wine. Again, it’s all about the
The event was scheduled from 11 AM to 5 PM. Just imagine, how much wine one could drink. But then again, puking at an event like this isn’t a likable option. Quick Poll!
And when I’m quite dehydrated and Pats was a bit dizzy, meant that it’s time to go home.
Thanks Zari for the invites! We really enjoyed the event. Cheers! 😀