drink naked (wait, what?)

wpid-20150412_143006.jpgThis is my afternoon.

Naked Mountain Winery (Not only a great winery, but also our wedding venue.) has the rather saucy tagline “Drink Naked”.
They also have wines called “Red Light”, “Skinny Dipper”, “Birthday Suit”, and “Make Me Blush”.
I think it’s actually quite clever. The owners are playful about their names, but very serious about their wines.

This bottle is from the wine club shipment…three of these reds came…only one is left unopened. (I’m feeling a trip up the mountain this weekend.)
Happy Thursday.
Drink Naked.

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2 thoughts on “drink naked (wait, what?)

  1. Tomorrow I have a post about the positive and negative effects of alcohol. I wanted to keep it light, but it had some facts I had to put into the post. Sorry, but I love your post so much better, wish I could have some of the fun wine titles you listed but have a cheap bottle of Sangria to have with dinner tonight. Smiles, Robin

    • Facts about the pluses and minuses of alcohol are important! I look forward to reading your post.
      This winery is actually on “Naked Mountain” so they embraced the fun and went to town!
      YBW and I are making a trip out this weekend, as wine club members, we get free tastings and I want to try the other two club wines we didn’t receive. I will raise a glass from one Robyn to another Robin. ❤

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