Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Tipple late again



A friend called round and brought us this to try. I mhave to say it was FAB!!! If you see it anywhere, you simply must grab it and scurry home with it. Have it with a nice sexy steak, and don't forget to read the back of the label....



Then, follow it up with a port. Another friend brought us this one to try.....



and it was!

9 comments:

Steve said...

Does having a Ball Buster with a "sexy steak" actually go. I think I'd have problems with it...!

The Sagittarian said...

Steve, I think the Port would sort you out just fine!

rb said...

Ah the Wednesday Whipple. Jolly good.

I love port, and a sexy steak. In fact I love all food and alcohol except celery and rum.

louciao said...

Booze with attitude! Gotta love it. The closest wine we'd have to go with the theme would be "Fat Bastard".

The Sagittarian said...

RB - great, you're a welcome dinner guest!!

Louciao - haha, I bought The Stud a book called Marilyn Merlot and the Naked Grape and it has that wine in it too! It's a great read.

Owen said...

Oh jeez, Fucking Great Port... now ain't that a ball buster !

Only you could have dug these up to immortalize them and advertise them in the blogosphere...

Bravo, you have taken a bold new step in blogging...

And I love Lynne's remark about "booze with attitude"... can't stop guffawing... and now I'll be guffawing off to work where I've been spending entirely too much time lately... time for a vacation... ! Might just have to act on that...

And the WV is "ulphy", as in, After drinking a large part of a bottle of Fucking Great Port, on the heels of several glasses of Ball Buster wine, she was feeling sort of ulphy, and went outdoors for a few gulps of fresh air to calm her roiling tummy...

missbehaving said...

LMAO, what better name can there be for a port.

A Free Man said...

Glad to see that you're supporting our local economy. Maybe that's why we never felt much of a financial pinch - booze is recession proof.

The Sagittarian said...

Hi there, AFM. Yep, am always keen to help the South Australian wine economy. A friend of ours prunes grapes there (including for the Ball Buster people) for a few months each year and then heads back over here for (ahem) summer!