Just in response. Of course, her career is her focus and you can tell that she is driven to succeed. The post was really for those out there who are grasping at hope that something is going to be resurrected between Chris and Ri. But you can tell from where they’re at in their lives the paths are not going to cross. Her maturity level is so much more and his I hate to say it is immaturity on display. Fans, Stans or whatever get use to the fact. It is the reality. Ri is a different person.
Of course she’s going to be a different person than she was two years ago. She learned a lot & has grown too. Fans will be fans and have their own thoughts.
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Wine has so many varieties and varying degrees of value that it can be intimidating to order when you're out to dinner. Gerald Morgan Jr, Sommelier at Simplified Wine, has some tips on choosing and ordering wine that can help alleviate the confusion and intimidation.
Morgan spoke with The Art of Manliness about picking a wine that pairs well with your food—something we've talked about in the past—and keeping price points in mind:
If you're going to order wine by the glass, and you have no idea what you're going to do. Pick the wine that isn't the cheapest wine, but it's the next cheapest wine. It's always going to be your best value.
Picking a glass of their cheapest wine probably comes from a bottle that costs them $4, but if you pick the next one up in price—likely around $2 more—you're ordering a wine that costs the restaurant at least twice as much as their cheapest bottle. Some restaurants have wised up to the tactic of ordering the second cheapest wine and tried to mark it up, but not every establishment does it and it's still a solid strategy for approaching wine at a restaurant.
Morgan also suggests picking wines from good regions, like Argentina or Chile, and if you want to go domestic: look for Washington state. Most waiters at decent establishments know what's what on the wine list, and some upscale places will even have a Sommelier on staff you can call ahead of time so it looks like you know exactly what's good when you arrive.
How to Order Wine | The Art of Manliness
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