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December 23, 2009

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As you know, being a loyal reader of EBT, we are the host of WBW for December 2009. The idea this time was to choose a non-traditional winter holiday and pair a wine with it. Some very obscure holidays were... [Read More]

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This is a really funny post, Lenn!

Why Cava takes a back seat to Prosecco lately is beyond me. It seems, typically, a far more complex sparkler at the price. Even if that means drier and earthier too.

Awesome. Perhaps feats of strength = drinking multiple bottles of Cava? Am fully incorporating Festivus + Cava into my holiday calendar. Merry Christmas to you, Nena & Jackson!

WOW, glad you enjoyed it so much, and while we aren't planning to move back, we're making plans to accommodate your imminent visit! Cheers and happy holidays!

We are converting the masses!! Soon we'll take the world over with delicious Spanish sparkling goodness :) Seriously glad you enjoyed it Lenn, and keep that extra mattress available in your living room. We'll be moving in shortly :)

Very well done:) Love the Festivus/Seinfeld reference.

Sounds Cava-licious! Thanks for letting me host, here (at long last) is the link to the summary post - cheers!

http://bit.ly/7gYUct

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