"Multiple varietals come together seamlessly for a fruit-driven wine with fresh dark fruit flavors and spicy notes, complemented by the soft mouthfeel of a Merlot. Layers of smooth blueberry are present, with ripe fruit flavors and a firm structure provided by a Cabernet backbone. Hints of cherry and vanilla make this a great everyday wine, especially for gameday. This wine is sure to be a crowd pleaser for years to come.
mmmmmmmmmm California wine.
"The Pitt is pleased to announce Lost in a Sea of Red an exhibition featuring photography, painting, and sculptures by 10 Los Angeles based artists."
Culture yourselves the California way.
"A member of the species C. Annum, this is a very mild chile in comparison to other chiles coming in at just 500—1000 on the Scoville Heat Scale. They're just a bit hotter than a bell pepper and are grown in California."
A chile that grew up in New Mexico, but like all great things, moved to California to become rich and famous.
6900000000000000000. "C" of Red
"It's better to be "CA" than just "C"" – CJ
IDK what is happening in this picture, but it is disturbing.
Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015, 6:00 p.m. PST
Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB
Today you're listening to: "Sea of Red" – by Necromantix