Sunday, January 08, 2006

Truth in advertising

Much to our surprise, bottle number two stayed true to at least part of it's bottleblurb. In light of this, we're going to let it tell its side of the story in full.

Columbia Crest Two Wines
2002 Cab Sav

They say: [with annotations] Columbia Crest Cabernet Sauvignon is a full-bodied wine known for its immediate enjoyment [we concur] as well as its age-worthiness. [while we can't comment empirically on this, give that it's a 3 year old bottle, it stands up orright.] Toasty vanilla is woven [what is this, an ice-cream rug?] throughout the wine's rich black cherry core. Oak barrel aging adds dimension.

We say: The first half of Wolf Creek is pretty crap. The girl from seachange is cute, but the plot is less believable than The Course. They shouldn't have pushed the car off the cliff and now they're splitting up. For the love of jeebuz.


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