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Wine Blogging Wednesday - Just Seven Words
One show in BBC Six Music (a digital only station that I listen to all the time) has a fun little text message section where you describe what you did last night in 7 words. Amazing how inventive some people are and how much you can imply and impart in just seven words.

Can you see where this is heading?

Before I go further I should just say that I have no idea if this will work. I've not tried it myself. It could all end in tears... but can you sum up that wonderful glass of grape juice you are cradling in your hand using just seven words?

The theme for Wine Blogging Wednesday #42 is Just Seven Words. The wine should be an Italian Red. It matters little really for this exercise what type; but try and find something new, interesting and thought provoking. And get that thesaurus out!

JUST SEVEN WORDS. The finished tasting note must make sense, be grammatically correct(ish), punctuation will help of course. The wine name, type, producer, vintage do not have to be included in the 7. But a reference to aroma, flavour, length, food matching etc etc should be considered. Inventiveness is the key.

I have a feeling this could be trickier than it first appears but it is supposed to be a fun, light-hearted approach to wine.

You should post your tasting notes on Wednesday 13th February either on your own blog or on the Wine Blogging Wednesday site.

PS Don't forget to post your wine picture to the WBW flickr group.

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Sounds excellent ... and I even have an interesting Italian red at home just waiting for an occasion!

FUN! I like the idea, and I will even try to find a bottle of Italian red here in Spain, just so I can join in. Somewhat like finding a needle in the haystack, but I'll give it a go. Do Gabriella and I each get 7? hmmmmm

Excellent exercise for every emerging elite eonophile!

Does alliteration count for bonus points?

What an creative idea! I love it! This one will take some thought rather than hunting for the perfect wine.

Why don’t we all just use numbers?

;)

Iterestin idea.

Love the theme, and am looking forward to crafting the perfect 7 word sentence.

Fun topic!

Inventive and inspiring take on Vino Italiano...
I'm in

Italian? Oh, all right... At least I get unlimited punctuation!

Superb idea - practising by seven word comments?

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