I am definitely not a wine snob
(I don’t know enough about it for starters)
But since my mid-20s,
I have always had a bit of a prejudice
against rose wines.
Before that, my experience of rose
was the famous echo falls / blossom hill
Sweet & syrupy.
OK if that’s your thing, but I have since
been of the opinion that rose is for teenagers
and/or those who don’t really like wine.
HOWEVER, yesterday Leon and I went
down to a local good food market, which just happens
to take place right outside my fave wine bar!
(Le Vignoble, Plymouth)
Now, the sun was shining and Leon & I
treated ourselves to an uber healthy
Mediterranean wrap (which was delish)
so I thought it would be rather rude not
to also treat myself to a small vino to accompany
And I do NOT know what came over me,
but for some reason I was drawn to a rose!
Before my mind could correct itself
my body had taken over and pressed the button.
(If you haven’t been there they have a fancy
‘vending machine’ for wines – dangerous!)
Anyway, turns out, not all rose is like
This was pale and light and fruity but
(Literally salivating right now!)
Now there is a point to me telling you this…
(Apart from to encourage you to nip
down and treat yourself to a rose!)
And that is this:
If I had forever allowed my preconceived opinion
of the rose wine to prevent me
from drinking it, I could have missed out
on a lifetime of ‘strawberry-noted’ pleasure!!
Likewise, if you allow one bad experience
from your past to prevent you from trying things
in the future, you too could be missing out.
Just cos you tried Slimming World and hated
it, does not mean that you are destined
for a life of no energy, low self-esteem and
Not all health programs are the same.
Just ask my Superwomen 😉
Hanni ‘love the vine’ Melnicenko
P.S. VERY exciting news coming for everyone
who signed up to be considered for my
‘guinea pig’ trial.. Should be landing in
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