12 September 2010

Wine & Africana

9 comments:

K.S. Anthony said...

I don't think you're quite old enough to have fought in the Congo or in the Rhodesian army.

Ainsi...

ou en Afrique? Chad? Djibouti?

Nice mug. Very imperial. No Stoddard or Grant on the bookshelf?

Tabitha said...

My father would have liked you.

Anonymous said...

The Chilean wine is a faux pas, Codrington.

Fatfriend.

Laguna Beach Trad said...

Nonsense. I don't commit faux pas.

K.S. Anthony said...

The Chilean wine was undoubtedly made from grapes grown in a vineyard owned by German expats who hastily made their way to Chile at the end of WWII.

A.E.F. said...

Admiral, Only the English commit faux pas - and are sufficiently coy about it to adopt French terminology for the phenomenon. (As I'm sure you're already fully aware).

Anonymous said...

It's only members of the middle class, ambitious and insecure, that worry about faux pas.

Lisa said...

Almost bought Chilean wine a few days ago. I went with malbec instead. Delicious.

v. Braun. said...

A nice little cup there, it's just aptly sized for a good sip of Schnapps!