One Vowel Is Nothing to Be Ashamed Of


Nk’Mip (pron in-ka-meep) Qwam Qwmt, 2005 Meritage, VQA from the Okanagan Valley may be short on vowels, but it throws linguistic complexity around like a baton-twirling quarterback. With style and grace, this Meritage is a stunning blend of rich powdery cocoa, ripe soft blueberries, dark cassis and creamy fudge – the liquid Bon Bon for adults – Luscious! Its magniloquently smooth with red, ruby tones that make for a deliciously all-encompassing essence. This wine is one that is just plain irresistible; makes you do things you wouldn’t dream of admitting to. It’s just that kind of wine, and I’m just that kind of girl. I’ll do lots of things for money – but I won’t share my wine.

Triple thumbs up ~ $32.99
See website for retailers: www.nkmipcellars.com

Photo: Nk’Mip Cellars

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One response to “One Vowel Is Nothing to Be Ashamed Of

  1. Bon Bon liquid for the adults. What a funny phrase.

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