Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Christmas Dinner

I'm faced with a conundrum this year. I'm spending Christmas this year with my wife's family. They are wonderful people, but they are not wine drinkers. I can be sure that the closest thing to a bottle of wine at Christmas dinner will be rum and coke. Actually I suppose there's a chance a bottle of Blue Nunn might make it to the table, but I don't know if that really counts. So while the roast cooks, and my mouth waters thinking of all the great wines that could have been matched with it, what's a wine lover to do? Should I bring a couple bottles along with me and just offer them up? Should I get over it and just enjoy the meal? I'm at a loss, any thoughts?

1 comment:

Boog said...

I'm lucky in that my in-laws love wine. Not necessarily really good wine always, but there is never a problem with bringing some of my own and it always all gets consumed. I would bring a couple bottles with if I were you.