Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Easter Show and Tell

image; James for Galmont - yes, that is a vintage poster in the background; Kinagin by Patke, 1941.

On Easter Saturday, L'Homme, the Petits and Moi, went along to our dear friends, the J's. One of the J's, sweet James, works with us at Galmont. (BTW, people often warn us about employing friends "don't do it, it's very tricky", quite frankly, we've never found that to be the case. If anything, it has been the opposite for us.) Anyway, James's Father has been cellaring wine on every birthday and Christmas since James was a little one and there were bottles begging to be opened. So we were invited to participate, all we had to do was bring a few foodie things to eat and be ready to indulge in some pretty spectacular wines. This is the evidence of a superb evening...and I've noticed that the dessert wine isn't included....

3 comments:

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

He he, looks like time well spent!

pen said...

when i used to drink that Sorrenberg Gamay was an absolte fav- we drank the George dry of it and I was given a 1/2 dozen bottles that got wasted one sunday afternoon.......

Kimberlee said...

ohhhh, this is SO much better than easter eggs and hot cross buns - my favourite kind of easter treats!!! Hope you had a lovely break beautiful xxx