Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> THat's all very interesting of course, but with so
> much of Terlato's wine production being associated
> with names like Rutherford Bench, Stags Leap,
> Atlas Peak, and Russian River -- all of which are
> of course in California -- it would probably be
> best to specify somehow when referring to their
> more recent operations in northeast Italy.
How many Pinot Grigios do they produce at any other of their vineyards under the Terlato label? Just admit, that in an attempt to appear to be knowledgeable, you fumbled the ball once again.
> Now run along and make up some ridiculous lie or
> other that you hope might make it appear that you
> were not just hit in the face with a shaving cream
Sorry, you were just made to play the dope again. Surely, you are used to it by now. Oh, and your aversion to the truth is well known and well documented.
> It was $69 per bottle chilled and served off the
> wine list at Bonaroti. They had a Jermann at $71
> as well, but we've had that twice recently over at
> Pazzo Pomodoro, so the Terlato was due a turn.
Too bad you weren't intelligent enough to know how to pair it properly with your meal. Overpriced at $69 though. It should be in the $40 to $50 range. But, if suckers are going to pay it, the establishment might as well charge it.
> Like strip steaks, though for different reasons,
You already had your ass handed to you multiple times on this one. Restaurants, superior to where you dine, around the globe serve the strip grilled. Do you really want to relive every ass kicking you get?
> branzino with its tender and delicate flesh is not
> best suited to grilling.
Hmmm. It seems as if you might be afraid of a grill. Does it get too hot for your flabby ass? Not smart enough to understand how to control the temperature? Or, just afraid of what you are too dumb to understand?
As for the wood grilled whole branzino, the wife picked it. I believe she indicated she saw it mentioned as pairing well with the Terlato by a chef in Napa Valley. Doubtful she saw it mentioned as pairing well with a Marsala dish.
In any event, multiple accomplished chefs, seafood purveyors, and well regarded restaurants advocate grilling branzino.
> Not even on some monster
> grill/smoker/pizza-oven combo alleged to be
> installed on somebody's back deck. Somewhere over
> near the Generac, I would imagine.
Wow, there's a list of thing you get all butthurt and envious of on a regular basis. Looks like it keeps you up at night.
> poaching, and gently sautéing would all be better
> approaches to the cooking of any such fish.
Those are all appropriate other ways to prepare branzino, but grilling is preferred by many.
> Those are children's words taken from another of
> your second-hand encounters with teeny-bopper wine
Actually, those words are pretty close to the way Terlato Vineyards describes their own wine.
> In real life, the Terlato is crisp and
> edgy, with easily enough acid to stand up to the
> heaviest of sauces. On the table along with the
> bocconcini by the way were plates of gnocchi and
> lobster ravioli in a cream sauce, scampi e
> granchio, capesante, and gamberi aglio e olio. As
> a luxury pinot grigio, the Terlato was a great
> match for all of them.
A smarter move would've involved ordering two different wines. You, being as dumb as a cinder block, chose poorly.
> That shit again?
Yeah, when it comes to your culinary experiences, you've done nothing more than expose yourself as an oafish rube.
> Why do you so enjoy belittling
> yourself? There is no art at all to either
> ordering or dressing a salad.
And nobody ever claimed there was. In fact, it is rather quite simple which is why it leaves you and GAR in such a sorry state for not knowing how to complete such simple task(s). Then again, you believed the only way to get a wilted salad was to have old produce.
> You can't qualify for a $200K 10/15 equity line.
Sure can and then some. Don't need to though. See the difference?
> Your credit rating and income numbers are simply
> not good enough.
LOL! Practically perfect. Not that you would know.
> Plus you are so financially
> unschooled as to believe that unsecured credit is
> some sort of good deal.
It isn't my fault that the benefits of certain credit cards are not available to bumbling morons like you. If they were, you might understand them better. Your complete understanding of these benefits tells us what a little man you are.
> The exit that nobody uses?
The exit you had no idea existed. After all, you claimed it was an exit off of 695. I had to humiliate you on that front. Have those traffic statistics that indicate nobody uses it? It seemed a bit crowded this morning. Probably more than a few had to wait through multiple light cycles to get off the exit ramp. If you knew what was around that area, you might now why. But, you don't.
> Hahaha! I know it
> well, and ever join in simply passing it by. What
> stands to the east of Wash Ave though is still
> large plots of grass and small trees. You should
> walk down there sometime and check it out.
Walked it many times. In fact, earlier this week. Per usual, I saw the two large asphalt parking lots and Bartholdi Park. None of which have much grass at all.
> No dog in that fight. It's all between you and
You're the one that relied on clearly erroneous information on Redfin. You were too stupid to recognize it as bad information and will be mocked accordingly. So, YOU are actually the one with the beef with Redfin. They made you look stupid. Well, to be fair, you were stupid before that blunder.
> Fake trips and imaginary law school chums?
You're the only one that has been caught fabricating vacations and places you've visited. Google can only help you so much.
> not much to crow about. And here's another
> reminder that you haven't told us yet when those
> ten remaining trips to Florida are going to occur
> this year. Time is starting to run out for those,
> I would say.
Who says I have ten remaining trips? There are three more planned though. By the end of the year that will be more than 10 total.
> My parents are long dead and buried per their
> wishes in New Jersey.
Which is why it was so sadly pathetic that you lied about their vital status. It takes a truly depraved sociopath to sink that low.