Oh sure, Chrysler can do it all they want. They can show Eminem or Clint Eastwood driving down the streets of Detroit, and it’s a thing of pride.
It’s like, “We’re doing this for you, Michigan!” But if I try walking around Detroit with an open bottle of 2012 Braganini Reserve Chardonnay in either hand – wines made in Paw Paw, Michigan, for crying out loud – it’s considered embarrassing! Can you believe that?
Well, I’m sorry everyone! Sorry that you have to take everything at face value! There’s a man drinking wine straight from the bottle on your lawn? Well, whatever you do, don’t stop to think, “Hey, maybe that Chardonnay has a balance of both oak and steel, lending aromas of vanilla, spice and toast from the oak and apple and tropical fruit flavors from the tanks. Thank you, lonely Michigan wine evangelist, for boosting my self-esteem as a Michigander. I needed that – no, we all needed that.” No, that would be way too open-minded of you. Instead just call the cops, like everyone else!
Ugh! Makes me sick! The hypocrisy, I mean, not the St. Julian wines.
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