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Beaujolais named French wine of the year
Normally enjoyed for it's quick buzz and skull-crack hangover, Beaujolais is not known as a wine savored so much as swilled. That may be changing because Georges Duboeuf Morgon Domaine Mont Chavy 2009 Beaujolais was named French wine of the year by some wine snob. Whether that means that this Beaujolais is a fine wine or that every other French offering tastes like donkey ball sweat is a matter of opinion.
Now in new 'impish' flavor!
Man! Time flies when you're a big drunk! Feels like I just got over last years Beaujolais
Nouveau hangover. A full 24 hours before the official start of Beaujolais Nouveau,
Pigdog Journal brings you a sneak-peak, behind-the-scenes exclusive preview of what the
critics are saying
about this years Beaujolais Nouveau:
Milk Sucks. Got Beer?
PETA (No, not the People for Eating Tasty Animals, the
OTHER PETA, the one with no sense of humor), has decided
to CAVE IN to pressure from Mothers Against Drunk Drivers
and ABANDON the ABSOLUTE BEST IDEA they ever came up with.
Beaujolais Nouveau! Need I Say More?!
Can you believe it's here again already? It hardly seems
that a year has passed since the BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU was
last unleashed on an unwitting world. The shards of glass
have hardly been swept up, the wounds have barely healed,
and the DIABOLICAL WINEMONGERERS of the Beaujolais region
are already going to flood us with bacchanalian vino! Where
is the justice!?
BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU, my friend!
It's that time of year again, my delicieux friend! Yes indeed!
The BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU is upon us! For the last time this
CENTURY! And I must say, BEAUJOLAIS to that!!
Keep 'Em Coming!
A University of Minnesota researcher (and noted expert)
announced his finding this week at a meeting of the
American Public Health Association that most bartenders
ignore state laws and serve the very drunk. I'd like to ask
everyone to take a moment and thank the good Lord for these
fine, brave men, without whom we, the very very drunk, we
be cruelly cut off from our nourishing supply of booze.
Hide the 'Shine Ma - Here Come the Revenuers
Police hit a moonshine jackpot behind Douglas Bethune's
single wide trailer outside of Benson, North Carolina (pop.
2810) last October -- finding and destroying 6,400 gallons
of white lightnin' with a street value of $16,000.
Haughty Frogs Exposed as Cheap Wine Guzzlers
Far from the refined, cultured, expensive wine drinking snobs
they like to portray themselves as, the French are actually
a nation of cheap, off the shelf wine buyers, according to the
results of a new study on wine purchasing habits.
Happy Beaujolais Day, Baby!
It's finally here! Beaujolais Day! The third Thursday in
November is by tradition Beaujolais Day, the first day you
can buy the latest vintage of Beaujolais (called
"Beaujolais Nouveau"). All around the world, time zone
after time zone, as the clock hit midnight, closely-guarded
bottles of Beaujolais were opened and tasted for the first
time. Hooray for that!
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