January’s holiday seems so premature, one and done. No sooner have you popped the cork and it’s over. Maybe that is why Valentine’s Day has always made my heart skip a beat. My first date with my husband was, coincidentally, Valentine’s Day (so cornball.) Still, it’s something to look forward to as the snow creeps in the top of your boots. Have a friend trolling the internet for love? Take

Set that lonely heart up with a

and watch sparks fly. It could be their

though, I do hope you won’t be begging,

if he turns out to be a bounder. Sometimes it’s hard to tell. Still, they may end up

leaving you to exclaim,”
,”as they pull away in a flurry of rose petals (or butterflies or bubbles or whatever it is one pulls away in a flurry of now.) Oh, I do like a happy ending.

Mrs. Blandings
All bottles available through Swanson Vineyards. A very special thanks to Caroline and John who shared their Expensive Christmas Wine with us Christmas Eve. (And, yes, I do know that “Merci” is French for “thank you” and not “mercy.”)
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11 thoughts on “Cheers!

  1. I love Swanson Wines. YUM. Living in LA we get to experience some great wines. I always enjoy their wines and love these new bottles. Funny I get the Swanson blog and love it. I had these bottles saved to blog about but you beat me too it LOL! Love the post and the bottles are too cute for words. Ann

  2. So cute! I just saw in the latest Town and Country a pink Moet Chandon champagne bottle that comes with it's own pink and gold pen – for one to scribble a personalixed message.
    p.s. I need one of those high maganifying mirrors too!

  3. Patricia, pardon this horrendously tardy reply — just wanted to thank you for this [and the other] feature! Modern House wines are so fun and Tom + Ann are truly the best! Cheers to you.

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