My husband and I are flying to California for a wedding in a couple of weeks, and while pondering the terror of descending thousands of feet in a metal fireball, I figured we should probably go ahead and do a proper will.
We are both lawyers, so you would think we could do our own will, right? Nein, fraulein. If anything, our legal background just makes us realize how ignorant we are and how much we would mess up the disbursement of our assets and leave our children homeless and in squalor.
So last night my husband and I were paid a visit by our lawyer (aka, neighbor, aka, husband of our dog walker, aka, bedmate of our dog when we go out of town) to go over the details. There's nothing quite like contemplating your own death, the death of your husband, and the future of your children parentless and alone in the world. So we figured we would add some wine to the mix! Our attorney was happy to partake.
This week's wine was:
Blackstone Pinot Noir
I know I really need to stop with the Pinot Noir and try something new, but to be honest, last night I wanted a sure thing. This was cheap ($9.99), smooth, light in color, medium in body, and had a nice vanilla like aftertaste. I had tried this before and knew I liked it, and hey, if I'm discussing my untimely death, I should be able to drink what I want.
Overall rating - 8/10