You win some – you lose some

summary: Wine and whine;

Wine:
 
:-) Oh! Oh! :-)
vintage wine

We are always a little nervous opening wine that we’ve been keeping. There’s always the fear that it will be over-the-hill.

But we shouldn’t have been afraid; this one hadn’t quite reached its peak.

It. was. fabulous.

…just like all the years we’ve spent together.

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Whine:
 
Oh Oh…. :lalala:

When will I learn?!

I foolishly updated something on WP without doing a proper backup and NOW the commenting section is broken and the sidebar is invisible.

Spit. :stomp: :stomp: :stomp:

Of course I have to leave the computer right now. Maybe when I come back, it will be fixed… (as if).

Edit: It turns out that a plugin suddenly refuses to work. Sigh. Back to the drawing board to find a replacement for it.
 
But at least the comments are working again. (I think.)
 
2nd edit: Duh… It WASN’T the plugin that was at fault. It was my rotten coding – I didn’t close something properly. I believe it’s fixed now. :stomp:

 

 

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  • katiezel

    A lovely bottle indeed – so glad it was still in good form (aka wonderful)

  • It was! We were thrilled. And not even remotely disappointed that it seemed clear we could have left it in the cellar longer.

  • katiezel

    It’s sad when we open them too early – but once it’s ready – don’t wait…. Who knows what tomorrow may bring? (I think someone else said that before me….)

  • It’s sadder when we open them too late. Happily, that has happened to us only a couple of times – but it’s so disappointing. It’s especially disappointing when it’s so late that the wine has turned to vinegar.