Is a thing that occurs on a semiannual basis something that occurs twice a year or once every two years? Can a thing be called seminal if it were to occur on regular intervals? Do people enjoy going to seminars or are seminars just things that people are forced to attend by their employers?
Answers: the first one, probably not, and almost certainly the latter. But that’s not the point.
The point here is that a tasting devoted entirely to Semillon is a bit of a tough sell, so why not fall back on alliteration, one of the greatest literary stylistic devices ever, to attempt to sell it? Because, after all, a better butter makes a batter better! And though we may never know how many cookies could a good cook cook if a good cook could cook cookies, after a glass of Semillon we may finally get to the bottom of how much caramel can a canny cannonball cram in a camel if a canny cannonball can cram caramel in a camel. Curiosity couldn’t constantly kill the cat, so be like Bobby Bippy who bought a bat and ball and buy this tasting. You’ll be the sleekest sheet slitter to ever slit sheets. Also, Semillon is a criminally underrated white grape from France. Thanks for listening.
Hosted Hedonistically by the Heroic and Heavenly Tony Collins.