If you don’t like how you look then get a haircut and buy all new clothes. That’s my advice to anyone who asks – except my wife – I am far more tactful (“you look great and those clothes still look good on you”).
Strewn Winery of Niagara just got a facelift. The wine formely known as Cabernets has been renamed and repackaged and I am impressed.
The wine has a great clean new label and an even better name – The Rogue’s Lot! Very Australian of them. The Aussies have cool names for many of their red blends – “The Lackey”, “The Stump Jump” (named after a plow), and “The Angelus Bell” by Wirra Wirra to name a few. Sometimes there are cool stories behind the wine – sometimes it’s a mystery.
Good on Strewn for coming up with a cool name and for having some fun. It is now their best selling LCBO red wine. There is a great description of the wine on the back of the bottle – I copied it below for you. Great wine too.
STREWN THE ROGUES CAB FRANC / CAB SAUV VQA
LCBO 65342 | Price: $ 13.95
The Rogue’s Lot – Rogue: different, unusual, edgy, mischievous but likeable. A wine that stands apart. Uncompromising. A bit tangy, kind of silky. No excess baggage, take it anywhere. It will add to any food pairing. (from the bottle’s back label)