After years of scraping and saving we finally did it, we bought a Winery! A beautiful, bountiful winery to make our very own batches of wine (unfortunately my names for the wine have been rejected thus far). Not many of you may know this, but my retirement goal is to own a vineyard on Nappa Valley, giving tours on my vineyard to pretentious wine drinkers who don’t know the value of a ‘2 buck chuck’ and sipping on the fruits of my labor in my rocking chair on the front porch with my dog named Rusty.
And although we haven’t gotten THAT far yet, I think owning a winery is a step in the right direction. We bought our winery, where people buy most important things in life, Costco.
Like a kid in a candy store (and Costco is the biggest) our eyes fixated on the winery in a box and we had to have it! Thoughts of traveling the earth for the greatest grape, becoming the worlds greatest wine maker and winning countless awards for the perfect wine raced through out heads. After discussing back and forth that purchasing something completely unnecessary was both economical and career enhancing we bought it (or I simply begged and Neeva finally gave in).
So on our customary date night/ night to have fun (apparently watching reruns of Friends isn’t fun) we made wine…well maybe…we will let you know how it turns out…apparently it takes four weeks.
not really sure what all the parts above do…