Monday, June 27, 2011

Divine Intervention

Recently, Mr. Magical opened up a bottle of Louis Michel "Les Clos" Chablis 1986 for the staff tasting.

Jules and Vincent were there to help us drink it and share some comments.

Jules: You see the color of that wine he poured for us? It was golden brown. That wine should be f'ing dead, man.

Vincent: I know, we was lucky.

Jules: Nah, nah, no. That wasn't luck.

Vincent: Yeah, maybe.

Jules: This was divine intervention. You know what divine intervention is?

Vincent: I think so. That means that God came down from heaven and stopped the oxidation??

Jules: That's right! That's exactly what it means. God came down from heaven and stopped the motherf'ing oxidation.

Vincent: I think it is time for us to leave, Jules.

Jules: Don't do that! Don't f'ing blow this off! What just happened here was an f'ing miracle!

Vincent: Chill, Jules. This stuff happens.

Jules: Wrong, wrong. This stuff doesn't just happen!

Vincent: You want to continue this theological discussion now, or in the very back of the staff meal line, which is where we will be, because it is getting about that time?

Jules: This wine should be f'ing dead, my friend. What happened here was a miracle, and I want you to f'ing acknowledge it!

Vincent: Alright, it was a miracle. White Burgundy doesn't do that anymore. You're right. Can we go eat now? I'm hungry.

Altogether, it was a pretty amazing tasting.

1 comment:

keithlevenberg said...

You know what they call Chablis in France? Chablis.