Yes, all the time.
Thomas Jefferson believed in full utilization of time, but, like all mere mortals, he probably had moments of feeling just plan lazy sitting close to a roaring fire on a cold wintery night at Monticello sipping on a fine French cabernet sauvignon.
yes it will taste a little different but it still should be good if you do it right. good look on what ever ur cooking
The most expensive wine ever produced was an imperial, six-liter bottle of Screaming Eagle Cabernet 1992. It sold for $500 000 at the Napa Valley Wine Auction in 2000 to benefit charity.
yes, like all meat you should either cook or refrigerate within one week of the sell by date. if you marinate to long you will acid cook the meat
The record is a bottle of Screaming Eagle Cabernet sold in 1992 for $500,000. A bottle of Chateau Margaux sold for $225,000 in 1787. A 3-liter bottle of Cheval Blanc was sold for $135,125 in 1947. These are among a few of the most expensive wines ever sold.
Merlot is a dry wine, and is actually one of the classic dry wines, along with Cabernet. If you ever taste merlot, you will know just by the feeling it leaves in your mouth, as well as the spicy flavor, that it is a dry wine.
It should be --- This is the best store ever!
You should watch Ever After High at your house with a friend of yours.
yes you should because they do what ever you say and they do it just for there parents so give your kids what ever they want.
"Where ever" should be spelled as one word. "Wherever you are" and "wherever I am" are correct.
no, never ever ever