So this is what makes top shelf in Ireland. Napa Cellars. It says "made in Saint Helena, Napa County, California" but it says nothing about where the grapes were actually sourced from. I'm guessing these were the better looking raisin grapes from Lodi. (ooh, did I just say that?) Hey, I heard they got 82 points once in Wine Spectator. And Ralph Steadman is no longer doing acid...
Isn't this a cool label? I love the woodblock-print. You can just hear the wolf going, Awoooo...!
Holy crap! What is this deviltry?
Sorry for the blurry photo, but I thought this label was pretty cool. It's like, all spacey and stuff. Far out, man!
This is middle-shelf stuff in Ireland. Last time I was at Trader Joe's this was selling for $4.99. Sure, when I was a college student this might have been my Friday night treat, but at 9 euro? Dude, I can't believe the prices here.
By the way does this mushroom look like a butt?
So yeah, over here they call it coriander. I still call it cilantro.
We had fajitas for diner.
And gin & tonics. Yum-o!