Kendall Jackson Summation

by Mary Maynard
(Monument, CO)

Kendall Jackson Summation

Kendall Jackson Summation

What Possessed Us To Open Wine?

It was Easter, which is a blend of a pagan holiday, the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus and the perfect excuse to indulge in chocolate eggs. A blended wine was in order.

What Did The Label Want Us To Know?

Summation is a red wine blend and describes itself as “smoother than Cabernet Sauvignon, richer than Merlot, more balanced than Zinfandel,” which I am assuming are the grapes represented in the blend. The descriptors they use are: roasted coffee, dark chocolate, pomegranate and black cheery. They also use the word “multi-layered” which I think is a good choice.

What’s So Great About It?

Jess said she thought it was kind of nutty. Kevin thought it tasted a lot like Menage a Trois, which is also a blend wine of those three grapes. Melyssa said it was a nice blend. I thought it was possibly drier than other blends, which is always good with me.

Fantasy This Wine Engendered?

My life is a perfect blend of all the good things and all the right things and all the fun things I can do. I never run out of time to do them and each is perfectly synchronized. Somehow I thought adulthood would be this way. Sigh.

Conversation This Wine Engendered?

When I die, all have voiced the opinion that David will live on a boat.

Easter Service is the one service in which I truly desire to sing.

Matt will not do Facebook because of the time suck (college student).

By Mary Maynard

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