W For Victory
The only thing we have to fear is running out of wine! "Fear itself"? C'mon. Who'd ever be afraid of THAT?The mighty hand of Peter Wellington has slapped down many who would steal the crown of grapes about his brow. That's why he knows and relished the taste of victory. Today, he wants to share it with you.
If you've ever gotten the girl, or gotten the guy, or gotten a hermaphrodite, you remember that intense and complex aromas. If you've ever gotten a promotion, or gotten a raise, or gotten a negative test result, you remember that smooth and supple mouthfeel. Victory mixes the aromas of pipe tobacco and the glory of dark chocolate, deep black currant and mocha and toffee. And what does it pair with best? The most victorious of all meats: steak.
Even if you've never done anything right (and we find that hard to believe, you cool person, you) this 2007 Wellington Victory Reserve will teach you what those people high at the top of the world already know: that victory is delicious. Oh, but hey, please remember that this particular victory is a red, so it's served at room temperature. Yeah, vengeance is the one best served cold. No, no, it's an easy mistake to make.