There are daffodils in the garden and we even had a brief spell of sunshine for about three minutes a few weeks ago so, obviously, it’s time to talk rosé.
If there’s one thing that’s got me through lockdown – apart from wine, obviously – it’s the idea of being able to see people again.
I’ve been drinking quite a bit in the mornings lately. For work obviously, most recently with Holly & Phil on This Morning.
It’s been a week of highs and lows. Highs include making cocktails on live radio and watching a football game at Anfield –
Apparently, there’s a new series on Netflix about tidying up with expert de-clutterer Marie Kondo. Now, I haven’t seen it (too busy watching the entire series of Fleabag back to back, way more fun than folding clothes).
So Camp Bestival at the weekend was wet but happily the wine was dry. And delicious. And plentiful. On Saturday night around 50 of us crammed into a tent for the annual Secret Mummies Wine Club and, as always, The Scummy Mummies made us laugh a lot.
What a week it’s been: long, cold and the guy who was in Home Alone 2 briefly is to be President (I’m watching as I type).
I’m a little delirious. I blame half term. Normally, when the kids are all at school, I get a clear day to do stuff.
A new range of French wines, including some from Bordeaux, are set to hit Lidl’s shelves on Thursday this week. Hardly headline news but in fact it’s done just that, kicking up a little wine storm.