Thursday, February 21, 2008

Celebrating This Time With Wine

Celebrating again! You bet! First bean harvest of the season was underway last evening and I had to celebrate, of course, with a glass of wine. I am glad I pulled this Pinot Grigio out of the rack and chilled as it was such an easy white wine to enjoy during the harvest.
The 2006 Lagaria Pinot Grigio is from the northeastern part of Italy, Trentino Alto-Adige and the appellation of Delle Venezie. Lagaria Pinot Grigio is a celebration in your mouth of fresh clean citrus! Go ahead, smack those lips! This is no watery Pinot Grigio, of which I have had a few in my time, but a medium bodied, well balanced wine that will make your taste buds shout out for more!

And besides that, you will enjoy the fresh artwork that adorns this bottle. Price you ask? Under $12.00!

What a way to start the end of your day harvesting beans!



Johanna said...

Another reason to congratulate you - your beans look wonderful - and I am sure taste even better for the tlc - I love the green check cloth in your photos too

Bellini Valli said...

I wonder if they would let this wine across the border :D...of course we could probably prchase it here but it wouldn't be $12 a bottle :(

Nora B. said...

Hi Deb,
Can I please be your garden helper? Of course for my hard work, I will need a glass of that wine to quench my thirst ;-)

Your beans sure are looking good. I wonder what else will be ready for the picking soon.


Lannae said...

Wow, your beans are beautiful! It is only February, we had freezing temps in Nashville, and we have another 2 months before harvest. I am a bit green-bean with envy. What did you make with your beans? I bet they were sweet and yummy.

Christina said...

Congratulations on your bean harvest--they look tasty. You're harvesting while I'm thinking about planting.

Shayne said...

jealous, all I can say is I am jealous that you are getting veggies out of your garden, well that and and I am happy for you to have such a nice little harvest.

michelle said...

Your beans look lovely, Deb!

Tagged you for a meme over at my blog. :)