Posts Tagged ‘Cabernet Sauvignon’
Hurrah! My niece is here. She just got a job here down the street from the Ferry Building and is staying with us until she can find an apartment. She’s one of the smartest people I know and absolutely happy with the world. She has lived all over the world and just moved from Europe.
She’s always looking at the world for wonderful sights and experiences. Boy are we ready to give one . . . She’s going to be on The World’s Best Commute with a party every day, The 5:30 Sausalito Ferry the San Francisco Ferry Building. She’s working for a web publisher and does video. For opening there’s a wonderful big, bold California Cabernet Sauvignon (red) by Rex Goliath, a non-vintage wine absolutely ready to drink but it can be stored for while.
Today the boat is absolutely loaded with tourists who are enjoying themselves immensely. They appear to be college students and they’ve obviously slipped the leash and are Party Animals!
We open the bottle and we share it around. My niece raises her eyebrows and asks, “Is this really less than $5 a bottle?”.
We laugh since we’ve had this wine before and many buy it regularly for home consumption . . . We all nod our heads and say “Definitely!”
We enjoy the run watching the sunset through the Golden Gate with the Bridge in silhouette.
The trip is over too soon, a fun time was had by all.
Life is Good!
PARTY TIME! We’re commuting on the ferry boat from San Francisco to Sausalito, THE PARTY BOAT! We have a 30 minute ride from start to finish. As we always do we have a nice wine that can go from corked to empty and is good. The Benefactor Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon certainly meets this requirement. We’re enjoying the ride when suddenly we slow down . . . there’s a HUGE container ship in our way. We do a little loop-de-loop and proceed. This is now summer and with all the tourists the boat is behind schedule and I know the captain and crew want to make up time and this is NOT helping.
We start to enter Richardson Bay, the ‘slow down’ buoy, and then we do another loop-de-loop. Is it a race? We ask the ever helpful crew who say there’s a problem at the dock. Another ferry has broken the lines and can’t get away from the dock. We circle around and around. Eventually we make to the dock. Even then we have to wait while the crew jury rigs a set of lines allow the passengers to disembark and board.
We should have brought 2 more bottles!
For under $5 a bottle we have a wine that is ready to drink right after you pop the cork and is fun.