An Open Letter To American Freedmen

I was assisted in the transcription and commentary of this open letter by a solid bottle of Cooper & Thief Red Blend (Aged in Bourbon Barrels) 2019 – Lodi California. A blend of Merlot, Syrah, Zinfandel, Petit Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Leading in with spiced vanilla, caramel, and bourbon. Inky and rich. A sustain ofContinue reading “An Open Letter To American Freedmen”

Reparations Defined by Attorney Dr. Robert L. Brock

I was assisted in writing this post by a wonderful bottle of Chateau Chante Alouette – Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2018. A serious red Bordeaux. I caught this one by chance. This lady usually sells for $60.00. I think the store inadvertently mispriced it (no sale was in progress – and it wasn’t on clearance). ItContinue reading “Reparations Defined by Attorney Dr. Robert L. Brock”

My Remarks at the AB3121 Task Force Meeting 03/29/2022

Don’t Judge – Don’t Judge. Yeah. I was drinking wine early in the morning in the place of coffee. Yes. Those NAARC and N’COBRA people get on my damned nerves. Wine is the cure. Anyway!!! I was assisted in making those remarks by a bottle of Chateau Buena Vista Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2018. LeadingContinue reading “My Remarks at the AB3121 Task Force Meeting 03/29/2022”

The Mascotting of Queen Mother Audley Moore

I was assisted in writing this post by a grand bottle of Luigi Bosca Terroir Los Miradores Malbec 2018. An Argentinian (Tunuyan Region) standout carefully aged for twelve months in French oak barrels. Fine structure. Leading in with plums, ripe orange, vanilla, and oak. Complex tannins. A sustain and ending of chocolate, expresso, and blackContinue reading “The Mascotting of Queen Mother Audley Moore”

Citizen Engagement

I was assisted in writing this post by a bottle of El Enemigo Malbec 2017. A good traditional Argentinian from the Mendoza Province. Inky – but medium-bodied. Dry. Leading in with dark fruits. A bold sustain of oak, vanilla, and chocolate. Ending with strong black cherries, plums, and blackberries. Beautiful structure. Smooth, complex tannins. LowContinue reading “Citizen Engagement”

Green Cards And Reparations

I was assisted in writing this post by a bottle of Dolum Estates Cask 28 Cabernet Sauvignon 2018. A Stags Leap District – Napa Valley extroadinarist. Dry and very drinkable. Leading with strawberry preserves, smoky wood, and minerals. A quiet sustain of oak, chocolate, and cigar. Ending decisively in blackberries and ripe plums. Opulent body.Continue reading “Green Cards And Reparations”

The Sadducees And Pharisees Of Reparations

This Post was Co-Written By Cynthia McDonald We were assisted in composing this post by a bottle of Marchesi Sierra Foothills Zinfandel 2019. Bold with medium tannins. Foreground of plums, blueberries, blackberries, and vanilla. An abiding concert of cherries, raspberries, and muted strawberries. Soft acidity. Long but elegant finish of black pepper and cinnamon. “ThenContinue reading “The Sadducees And Pharisees Of Reparations”

Systemic Racism Does Not Exist

I Think It Does Though I was assisted in writing this post by a bottle of Penfolds RWT Bin 798 Shiraz 2017. A Barossa Shiraz from Australia. $150 a hit. But this shit here is definitely ass-kicking. Blackberries, plums, blueberries, dark cherries. Rich background of oak, vanilla, and chocolate. Balanced tannins. Fine mouthfeel. Sweet finish.Continue reading “Systemic Racism Does Not Exist”

Ten Paragraphs

I was assisted in writing this post by a beautifully delicious bottle of Bread & Butter Cabernet Sauvignon 2018. Bold and silky. Balanced structure. High Napa Valley class at a decent price. Dried cherries, lychee juice, blueberries, chocolate, vanilla, tobacco. Medium acidity. Soft tannins. Medium but slightly dry finish. The ineradicable ethno-continental severance was establishedContinue reading “Ten Paragraphs”