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Wines By the Glass

February 21, 2008

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Last night J and I went for a celebration dinner to Craft—I had oysters and duck, perhaps my two favorite things in the world. And J ordered a glass of wine that he liked so much that he wrote it down. The wine was $18 a glass—so we thought, maybe we could afford a bottle of the wine (or even a case) when we feel like splurging. And we’re dying to find one wine that we both like enough to buy a case. The wine is: Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Pierre Usseglio, a blend of Grenache and Syrah from the Rhone Valley. So, $18 a glass. Guess how much a bottle is. Go ahead… Guess. It’s $170!!! This makes me feel 2 different things. 1. Yikes! So, I guess we won’t be buying this bottle of wine. And 2. Wow! What a great deal we got at Craft for only $18 a glass (never thought I’d be impressed by how cheap an $18 glass of wine is).

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4 comments

  1. you guys are such ballers.


  2. I know! I couldn’t stop talking about how much everything cost all night long (like, can you BELIEVE this glass of wine is $18? And, there’s no bottle on the wine list under $60 so we can only get a glass each)… not exactly sure that’s baller behavior. But I’m a baller at heart.


  3. wow! that is so good to know. makes me want to go to craft. xo


  4. Numbers written on restaurant checks within the confines of restaurants do not follow the same mathematical laws as numbers written on any other pieces of paper in any other parts of the Universe.



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