When macaroni and fish heads are on
the menu, one must take great care in
choosing the appropriate wine.
As the palate is likely in a state of
terrible confusion, an expensive bottle
would only cause further shock.
In such a case I strongly recommend
that the price of the wine not exceed
the total wholesale value of the meal.
Collage #27 of my Globe and Mail Project: deconstructing Canada's National Newspaper and putting it back together to try and make sense of the world. Comments by email or Blogger are welcome!
I have never been much of a wine connoisseur, but I do recall the two fool proof rules for wine purchasing from my university days. 1. Largest bottle, 2. lowest price. The favorite for special occasions was a tall green bottle with RED WINE in bold black letters stenciled on a plain white label. This became known as Red Wine, red wine and was the perfect complement to any massive cauldron of spaghetti.