How many thirty-ahem-cough-cough year old females say that?
I've tried wine drinking and come to the conclusion that I'm more off a beer gal. But then it's difficult to eat a meal with a stomach full of gas and equally as difficult to hold a conversation without letting rip with a massive belch.
So, real ales, they're good as they're not gassy but they are filling, not widely available and can be a little bit too strong for me. I'm good if its a couple in a pub, but not for a night out.
|Colin Burbidge - The Lancashire Wine School|
Now to the housewives favourite, wine. Red or white I'm not a fan. Neither are sweet enough and I fear the staining of the red on my teeth. (Tooth tip - don't brush your teeth after drinking red - the acids interfere with tooth enamel and it can be damaged by a vigorous brush-another reason to give out a wide berth - Thanks Col!)
I do actually like the taste of one wine, a sauvingon blanc that I tried at a Lancashire Wine School Wine Tasting. It was fruity enough to taste nice and was refreshing. I didn't get the icky aftertaste. I just get to drink on wine.
So what is my drink of choice?
After trying six different types, including white, aged and tawny, my drink of choice is Port. Get me! Who'd have thought I'd be tempted away from Dissarono and Tia Maria!! From The unsophisticated drinks of the bar to the posh end in one high heeled glide!!
Thanks to Colin Burbidge for furthering my alcohol education and introducing me to grown up drinks at my ripe old, I mean tender, age!!
You can read more about Colin's Port and Cheese nights here, and if you're in Lancashire and going to a tasting night, let me know!
The Lancashire Wine School are, appropriately, sponsoring My Cava Lifestyle this month. Unfortunately just the blog, not my actual Cava Lifestyle!!