From a fifth-generation winemaking family in southern Australia’s historic Barossa Valley region, Paperbark wines are as loveable as their namesake, an Australian tree with peeling bark and fluffy white flowers. 2016 Paperbark Chardonnay is a pale yellow in the glass, sharing aromas of ripe peach with notes of tart citrus. This barrel-matured wine’s palate is medium bodied, with notes of nougat and spice from wild fermentation, and a hint of vanilla from oak aging
Young Thurgood Marshall faces one of his greatest challenges while working as a lawyer for the NAACP. Marshall travels to conservative Connecticut when wealthy socialite Eleanor Strubing accuses black chauffeur Joseph Spell of sexual assault and attempted murder. He soon teams up with Sam Friedman, a local Jewish lawyer who's never handled a criminal case.
Alicia is chosen to speak at the "All things Open" conference in Raleigh Durham NC. Speaks on Home Automation and the future of homes. Which is a conference exploring open source, open tech and the open webbing the enterprise. She speaks to a few ladies that attended this huge event.
With this episode the REPO team talks about the craziest issues that came out from the previous week from The Donna Brazile, Rand Paul, Trump as a toddler or what Rex stated. A f**kin Moron and election results.
We hit two cities today with the new releases by Yo Gotti and The Hustle Gang. Yeah Gotta been out for a minute but the Hustle Gang is on some other shit. Memphis and the A gets the review this week and I fell asleep on one of them.
This Sauvignon Blanc was very ordinary and came from a Groupon deal from the Splash wines distributors. This light aromatic wine is not a stand out from most other sauvignon blanc wines. The taste is ordinary and should be used as a compliment to food as oppose to a great stand alone wine. Wine connoisseurs stay away, beginners its good to learn and build your palate on. Check out online reviews on Groupon wines to get more details about the distributors
Purple-colored, the nose offers up plum and black cherry notes with a touch of black pepper. The palate is soft and round with ripe, saturated berry flavors. Finishes spicy and full with chewy tannins
Founded in 1883, Trapiche is one of Argentina's best-known wine brands. Located at the foothills of the Andes in Mendoza, they own more than 3000 acres of vineyards ranging from 600 meters to over 1200 meters. Chief winemaker, Daniel Pi's goal and vission is to represent the richness and diversity of Argentina's terroir. Trapiche is dedicated to creating the best Malbec wines in the world as exemplified by the winery's most successful project, The Single Vineyard Malbec Series
On this episode, Alicia and I binge watch the new Netflix series by David Fincher and Charlize Theron, Mindhunter. This psychological series about the FBI behavior science unit gets us in to the mind of the FBI agents that tried to figure out the deviant behaviors of these killers. A slow but well worth it series.
In the late 1970s two FBI agents expand criminal science by delving into the psychology of murder and getting uneasily close to all-too-real monsters. Mindhunter is an American crime drama web television series created by Joe Penhall, based on the true crime book Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit written by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker.
Alicia heads out to Monterrey Mexico for the MIMEC conference where she speaks to the group about "Home Automation" and talks to a few women she was on a women panel with. MIMEC (Monterrey Interactive Media & Entertainment Cluster) is an initiative designed by and for companies that provide services related to the creative and interactive media industry.
There is something inherently special and charismatic about Tuscan wine. Some say this is instilled by the vine, while others are charmed by the balance and full-flavor. What wins us over is the wine's proven food-friendliness. The contrast of tart cherry, plum, and strawberry flavors fuse with earthy notes of oregano, smoke, and tobacco, making it a wonderful dinner companion. Non-vintage Villa Amoroso Toscana Rosso hits every flavor note we expect, leaving us to want nothing else, except for maybe a few more bottles