Category Archives: Naked

Lay Of The Land Destination Sauvignon Blanc 2014

The weather has’t really been conducive to a nice cooling Sauvignon Blanc, but I try not to let such details bother me.  I do like cold white wines when it’s cold outside but warm and toasty inside.  There’s something comforting about being snuggled up under a blanket in front of a fire and having condensation… Read More »

Morum Rioja Crianza 2010

Autumn is starting to roll in, it will be sad to say goodbye to the lovely summer England has enjoyed in 2014, but there’s plenty of upsides.   I can wrap up warm in a blankie to watch Scandinavian TV, and I’ve got all sorts of soup recipes ready to try out.  I’m also looking forward… Read More »

Benjamin Darnault Pique Nique Rose 2013

It’s been sunny in England.  Not just sunny for England, but properly sunny, with temperatures up in to the 80’s.  This has had predictable consequences.  People who should know better have been outside in ill-fitting PE kit without applying sunscreen.  There’s acres of pink and sore flesh out there. Strangely, this sort of vision puts… Read More »