Sunday, January 8, 2012


Marquee This week's inane winner is:

Introductory Rites Our opening hymn...shared this link from a post by Debra Kahn of Amman Imman: Water Is Life

Liturgy   This week's message by Michelle Bachmann


Sunday School Hiking Welch Mountain with Sam 

                                    Sherwin Sleeves visit Mr. Sleeves at

Communion (Wine Spectator)

Less than $15

Jan. 07, 2012: ICARDI Barbera d'Asti Tabaren 2009 (88 points, $14)
There's a meaty graphite edge to this red, whose vibrant acidity makes it livelier than many of its 2009 peers, though a touch more austere on the finish now. Best from 2013 through 2018. 12,000 cases made. —Bruce Sanderson

$15 to $30

Jan. 07, 2012: MORGAN Chardonnay Monterey Metallico Un-Oaked 2010 (91 points, $20)
Fresh and lively, with attractive floral, honeydew and honeysuckle scents that are pure, ripe and refreshing on the palate, with a mix of white peach and nectarine. Drink now through 2017. 5,325 cases made. —James Laube

More than $30

Jan. 07, 2012: JOSEPH PERRIER Brut Champagne Cuvée Royale NV (92 points, $50)
Elegant, with delicate acidity framing subtle notes of white peach, fresh flowers, dried pineapple and biscuit. Very refined in texture, with a lingering, spiced finish. Drink now through 2020. 30,000 cases made. —Alison Napjus

Coffee & Donuts      

Shared from the wonderful website:

Global Table Adventures  


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