SushiNorth wrote:Lol, yes, SW/SWC, I always think of it as Smith & the Woodhouses, (thus S & W), but you're right -- no & in the name.
And as for initials, JS. Is it set for the 29th?
A team decision: Iâ€™m good. Jay, Jeff: can we ﬁx the date?SushiNorth wrote:Is it set for the 29th?
Derek meant, of course, â€œhave provided only 2 initialsâ€. Or even â€œhave provided only two initialsâ€.Derek T. wrote:will complain bitterly that you have only provided 2 initials.
jdaw1 wrote:1. Four is quorate: date ﬁxed as Saturday 29th March 2008. Title of thread altered.
2. I offered the sommelier at Dovetail (star of thread The new woman in the life of jdaw1) a seat at the table, in return for a table sans corkage. She agreed: we can have table 60 which can seat, at a squeeze, ten. It is strongly suspected that bringing bonus glasses would be wise. This semi-reservation needs to be conﬁrmed: explicit agreement or disagreement would be helpful.
3. I re-invite comment on my port selection (Fonseca, Taylor, Grahamâ€™s, Delaforce, Niepoort, Quinta do CachÃ£o, Ferreira, and Quarles Harris).
SW in; QH out? Objections?Here uncle tom wrote:For a long time QH has been firmly at the bottom of the Symington list of port houses, and until recently was the company name in the small print on products such as Tesco own brand vintage port.
As far as I can make out, the Syms blend a respectable wine for QH labelled product, using the stocks available to them at the time - but do not saddle themselves with a house style for the brand.
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