Category Archives: Monthly Wine Writing Challenge

MWWC#34: Memory

“We met at nine,” “we met at eight,” “I was on time,” “no, you were late.” “Ah, yes I remember it well.” “We dined with friends,” “we dined alone,” “a tenor sang,” “a baritone.” “Ah, yes I remember it well.” … Continue reading

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MWWC#33: Once Upon a Time

there was a young man who grew up in a family that had orchards all around the state of Michigan, growing cherries, apples, plums and peaches. Michigan was always known as a great state for growing fruit and the young … Continue reading

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MWWC #32: Translation

After Virgil Sollozzo offers a potential salary to Luca Brasi at the bar, Luca Brasi replies “Menge.” The translation on the screen read “Really.” If you speak Italian, my apologies for the language, but since I am starting off with … Continue reading

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MWWC#29: Faith

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away there is a New Hope and that hope is Faith. On that tiny speck of dust that is called Earth, there is faith. Not a faith in a New World … Continue reading

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MWWC#30: Obscure

It is hard to believe that we are at the thirtieth Monthly Wine Writers Challenge, an exercise to make us write out of our usual box. The last winner was Shez of The Epicurious Texan and her distinct honor was … Continue reading

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WWC#29: Winestory

The word “winestory” though technically not a real word, is our theme for this challenge and the it is meant for us to discuss how we began our life as a blogger. John of “Pairs with Life” was the last … Continue reading

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MWWC#28: Smile

“Gray skies are gonna clear up Put on a happy face Brush off the clouds and cheer up Put on a happy face.” The play and movie “Bye, Bye Birdie” may be considered dated, but so am I when it … Continue reading

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