I’m Almost a Wine Connoisseur + $300 Giveaway

I’ve always been impressed by people who truly know their wines. I use words like “sweet” or “bitter” to describe the taste, but I wish to one day be considered a wine connoisseur and use fancy wine terminology like “acidity” and “brut” when describing the taste. One day I will no longer be a little novice! I plan on taking my wine knowledge to the next level. πŸ™‚

I could find a wine school to learn all about different wines, or I could stay in my yoga pants and learn all about wines from the comfort of my home! No one is going to judge me at home if I down a slice of pizza with a clay mask on my face while sampling wines. That sounds like my type of night!Β 
If you’re anything like me, you’ll be excited as I am about Weekly Tasting. I loved partnering up with them for this post + they’reΒ giving aΒ $300 Amazon gift card to one lucky reader! Weekly Tasting is the newest way to become a wine connoisseur in the comfort of your home. Each week a Sommelier from Weekly Tasting (I totally had to google Sommelier) will hand-select four wines that fit into a common theme for the weekly box (no worries, not a subscription box!) You’ll learn all about the flavors and history of the wines.Β I’m pumped for the Wines to Go With BBQ box because that’s all I do in the summer.

Weekly Tasting’s website has officially launched, so make sure to check it out!

With the box, you’ll receive a 10-minute tasting video! It will give you information and walk you through each bottle of wine. It honestly feels like you’re in a wine class when you’re tasting along with the video.

High-quality wine can be very pricey, but Weekly Tasting allows you to enjoy the tasty wines at affordable prices. You’ll receive a box shipped free to your house for only $69.99! That is such a good deal.

I think it would be an excellent idea to start a wine tasting group with your friends. You could all pitch in and split the box. Everyone could bring their dish that fits the theme πŸ™‚ I may have to start that up. This is actually perfect for Bachelorette Mondays.
The theme of the Weekly Tasting box I received was “Wine to Go With Takeout Food.” That is a fun idea. The box comes with a set of tasting cards and recipe pairings to go with each wine. You’ll also receive access to a cool label recognition app. It allows you to create a personal cellar for sharing your thoughts on the bottles with your friends. This is such a cute idea if you want to start a wine club with your friends or family who live far away. Who wouldn’t want to stay connected over a glass of wine?
One of my favorite ways to enjoy wine is with a charcuterie board. I decided to bring my Weekly Tasting box over to my parents on Sunday night, so we could sample wine together before I went out of town. My parents are the first people I think of when I think of wine. You’ll never leave their house without being offered a glass, and they were so excited when I told them I was bringing over wine and a charcuterie board!

I love to include sweet bites and savory bites to go with the wine! It brings out all the flavors and clears your palate.
The red blend was my favorite! I paired it with strawberries and dark chocolate! I love the variety that comes in each box.
I really like that this isn’t a subscription club. You’ll never be given a Weekly Tasting box that you didn’t pick out. The box is for expanding your wine palette and learning about all kinds of wines. Their goal isn’t to make you fall in love with every bottle. It’s all about the education.Β Β 
Laura Maniec is one of Weekly Tasting’sΒ sommeliers. She is one of only 32 female Master Sommeliers in the world. How cool is it that? Elizabeth Schneider, another one of Weekly Tasting’s sommeliers, has spent over ten years in the wine industry. *seriously, goals* I need to check out her podcast,Β Wine for Normal People, where she helps people better understand their palate.
I hope you are excited to try out Weekly Tasting!

Weekly Tasting will be giving away a $300 Amazon gift card to one lucky reader!

***Enter to sign up for the giveaway & learn more about the newest way to experience wine! You must be 21+ to enter this giveaway & living in the U.S. Unfortunately not applicable to entrants in MA, UT, TX, IL, or AZ! ***

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Questions for you!

  1. What type of wine is your favorite? (I love a good blend)
  2. Where would you love to have a glass of wine? (anywhere by the water)

This post was sponsored by Weekly Tasting & ALL opinions are my own!



  • Jessica

    We have a little town about an hour & a half away that has all local Missouri grown wines. Our favorite is Robller Winery’s Traminette, it’s a semi-dry white.

    My favorite place to drink wine is outside on a nice day, doesn’t matter where πŸ™‚

    Reply to Jessica
  • Dana

    There goes my bank account…

    Reply to Dana
  • Zully Hernandez

    It was either Instagram or Snapchat that I saw a glimpse of your cheese board and I thought, ooh I’ve gotta get on Tara’s site to see her review on these wines! Been loving all your social media posts lately (especially Snapchat). Oh and I love Chardonnay and drinking it by my pool as I read is my favorite!

    Reply to Zully Hernandez
  • adam

    cool blog about wine.

    Reply to adam
  • Willow

    I just ordered a box!

    Reply to Willow
  • Lindsey

    I can’t wait to try out their summer themes!

    Reply to Lindsey
  • Tom

    What a fun idea!

    Reply to Tom
  • Adriane

    Your dogs are so cute. I love when they make the cameo.

    Reply to Adriane
  • Anonymous

    All of the wines in the post have me excited for wine night!

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Rachel

    Love how this isn’t a subscription box. The price for the 4 quality wines isn’t bad either! My favorite wine used to be Moscato/Riesling but recently I’ve gotten into red blends as well. I have a Red Moscato sitting on my counter that I need to try. I’d love to have a glass of wine by the beach or the pool! Agree with anywhere by water!

    Reply to Rachel
    • Taralynn McNitt

      I love that too. Also, no way I could drink four bottles of wine every week! That is why it’s great that you can pick and split them on special occasions with friends and family. Blends are my jam lately too!

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Roma

    Love wine! Love this! Love your blog!

    Reply to Roma
  • Rummer

    I consider myself a wine connoisseur! My grandparents own a vineyard and I’ve been drinking it since I was a kid. I love the idea of this box.

    Reply to Rummer
  • Roxy Annie


    Reply to Roxy Annie
  • Kate

    I prefer Cotes du Rhones (Villages especially) and Chateuaneuf-du-Pape reds.

    Reply to Kate
  • Lacey

    I love a good blend too! Have you ever had Apothic?

    Reply to Lacey
  • Tori

    I love a good sweet white wine. Wine is good anywhere but the best is having it with friends or family. In a group setting anywhere outside is what I love. Nothing like sitting on a patio, on a nice warm day, sipping a glass of wine.

    Reply to Tori
  • Sunny

    This would actually save me money. I can easily down a bottle of wine a night πŸ™‚

    Reply to Sunny
  • Chelsea @ Chelsea Be Healthy

    I LOVE this idea! I’ve always been curious to try out all kinds of different types of wines and have actually NEVER been to a winery before either! I need to step up my game! πŸ™‚ BUT my favorite type of wine is “Girl Dragon”, it’s a sweet red and sooooo smooth! It’s the absolute best!! I used to hate red wine but now I love it more and more! So good!

    I love to have wine with dinner on a patio at a cute restaurant! Nothing better than that!

    Have a fabulous Thursday!!!

    Reply to Chelsea @ Chelsea Be Healthy
    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Chelsea!!

      I’m just like you, and TOTALLY need to step up my game. I’ve never had it! I may have to try it out πŸ™‚

      Have a great weekend & I’ll be getting my wine on tonight.

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Anonymous

    I need this asap. Happy Thursday.

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Margaret Lynch

    I love really full-bodied reds, so mostly Malbecs and bolder Cabernets. I love anything with a spicy, oaky flavor. My favorite place to drink wine is at this mom and pop wine bar where I live called Vino and Vinyl. They sell records and specially curated small-batch California wines. They play records that are all music I love so it has a great atmosphere. Ive attained most of my wine knowledge from the general manager and owner there because they know me for coming in so much lol. If you are ever in Houston you must go there!

    Reply to Margaret Lynch
  • Samantha

    $300 amazon giveaway. Thank you so much for the chance. I’m saving for Electric guitar to gift it to my bro, would be blessed to win. Thank you again.

    Reply to Samantha
  • Laura

    Huge fan of red blends (apothic is amazing) and pino grigio, but truthfully I don’t discriminate! Favorite place is at Lake Michigan when the sun is setting or anytime after along nursing shift!

    Reply to Laura
  • Maggie

    Cava and champagne are my true loves, but for white I love a nice buttery chardonnay and for red my favorite is pinot noir!

    Reply to Maggie
  • Kayla Pinto

    There’s something about having a glass of wine outside. I love having wine outdoors at wineries! My favorite wine is Pinot noir! Thanks for letting us know about this service!

    Reply to Kayla Pinto
  • Anonymous

    Great photos! Is it five yet?

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Amy

    Where did you get those cups>

    Reply to Amy
  • Shanna

    This is so cool! I have to show my in-laws. I live in wine country Washington state and know nothing about wine. I go to a lot of tastings and really only like sweet wines. My in-laws know a lot so they pair wines and dinner and that’s when I expand my horizons. I drink wine when I’m home alone mostly. I have the tv to myself, a nice book I can read more than a page at a time.

    Reply to Shanna
  • Jennifer

    All of the wines look fantastic. I can’t wait to try it out.

    Reply to Jennifer
  • Gina Lee

    That charcuterie board is goals.

    Reply to Gina Lee
  • Heather Mesa

    Hmmm Moscato for my fav! As far as where, we live in Florida so on the beach is a given. In my dream workd, it would be somewhere cold while I’m dressed warm and comfy in front of a fire!!!

    Reply to Heather Mesa
  • Jordan

    I’m lucky and have a friend that sells wine for a living — which allows me to sample her samples after she has opened them! She also is super great about telling me about the wines, where they are made, and how they should be enjoyed. I’m a sucker for a sweet red or moscato.

    I would love to enjoy a glass of wine from the deck of my beach house on my own private island! Haha, a girl can dream, right?

    Reply to Jordan
  • Sarah

    Chardonnay or moscato. The tannins in red wine give me migraines. Blackberry wine is also awesome – and no tannins – so win/win. Very cool idea, but wine can’t be shipped to Oklahoma. Bummer. Favorite place to sip on a glass…backyard BBQ or on the lake. Great blog, btw!

    Reply to Sarah
  • Mallory @ Boston Runner Girl

    love a red blend OR a sauv blanc in the summer! a light rose is nice too in the summer. okay i just love all wine HA

    Reply to Mallory @ Boston Runner Girl
  • Asheton

    Prosecco and in Venice!

    Reply to Asheton
  • Kristin

    I usually call myself a wine snob but I don’t know any of the fancy terms! As long as it is sweet I typically like it but Riesling is hands down my favorite!

    Reply to Kristin
  • Diana

    My favorite type of wine is definitely Cab Franc! The smell of Cab Francs are like nothing else, sooooo good. I love smelling wine almost more than tasting it!

    Reply to Diana
  • Atheena Bostic

    My favorite wine is a riesling or one of my favorites is a sweet red called Casse de Rossa. It’s a sweet red Italian wine that is amazing! It’s not too sweet nor too bitter. It’s smacked down in the middle of greatness. I love having a glass of wine on the couch with my girls!

    Reply to Atheena Bostic
  • Lauren

    I love any dry red, but a petite syrah is my favorite! My major in college was hospitality management so I was lucky enough to take awesome classes like a wine class, we even got to try a lot of different varieties. I like to drink my wine curled up on the sofa haha

    Reply to Lauren
  • Diane

    I totally need to try this out!

    Reply to Diane
  • Brandon

    My mom would love this!

    Reply to Brandon
  • Hannah

    I think my girlfriends and I are going to try out one of the boxes. Thank you, T!

    Reply to Hannah
  • Anonymous

    Your charcuterie board is impressive!

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Heather Nowland

    I love a sweet red. It’s a strange way to describe it, but it tastes heavy and deliciously fruity. It’s not too sweet, and pairs well with many things. I would love to have a glass curled up in a towel at a tropical spa. Now that is the stuff dreams are made of. πŸ™‚

    Reply to Heather Nowland
  • Jamie

    Hey, Tara! I haven’t commented in a while, but I promise I’m still reading@

    1. I used to be a Riesling girl, but now it’s too sweet for me. Now I love me a buttery Chardonnay. I’m hoping to expand my palate a little more so that I can drink more reds. Right now red blends are more my style.
    2. Wine bars/lounges are so fun! I love when I can try interesting and unique snacks to go with my wine.

    Reply to Jamie
    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Jamie! Glad you commented! Maybe I should blog about wine more often, eh!? πŸ˜‰

      I am LOVING blends right now too! I think the more wine I drink, the less sweet I like it. That happened to me with coffee too.

      Yes agreed! They have pretty wine bars in Charlotte.

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Charne

    I am the least knowledgeable person when it comes to wine! I love a good red (I buy one kind, with a swirly label, and that’s all I know about it. Oops!) , and I once had a glass of sparkling rose at a wine bar that cost the earth, but tasted like heaven came down! I’m always so curious to try new bottles, but honestly, I stick with my go to because I hate wasting money on a bottle only to open it and find out that I don’t like it! But that charcuterie board looks divine, and that’s something I consider myself an expert on. *flips hair and blows on nails* πŸ™‚

    Reply to Charne
    • Taralynn McNitt

      Lol, you and me both! I only buy wine when my parents are around or friends. I am a one glass kind of gal and I hate to see wine to go waste. Sometimes I’m awful and pick a wine by the bottle…..

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Fara

    Loved the post! Entered the giveaway!

    Reply to Fara
  • Jessica

    This would be great for my parents! I will look into sending them a box. Thank you!

    Reply to Jessica
  • Kenzy

    How often do you drink wine?

    Reply to Kenzy
    • Taralynn McNitt

      It really depends! I have been cutting back while training for the half but I will have a glass or two every month. It depends where I’m at and I tend to drink way more wine in the summer.

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Lizzie

    1. I love a Bordeaux or a Pinot noir. Im allergic to beer so I’ve grown to love wine and gin (not together).
    2. I love wine by the water for sure. Or with friends for a game night!
    I love reading your blog. There are so many things you write about that just click with me! As a runner, a foodie, and a coffee addict. Black coffee rules, you just need to find the right one for you!

    Reply to Lizzie
    • Taralynn McNitt

      Pinot Noir is one of my favorites, too!

      Thanks for the kind words. I’m totally “liking” black coffee lately and I have no doubt I’ll be able to ditch the creamer!!xo xo & thank you for reading!!

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Patty


    Reply to Patty
  • Carrie this fit chick

    I LOVE WINE!!!!! Riesling, Chardonnay, Pino Grigio, Sav… I’m not a huge red fan, but I’ll drink it! I’m going up to Sonoma next weekend for some tasting πŸ˜€

    Reply to Carrie this fit chick
  • Carly

    Your wine and cheese/snacks spread looks delicious! Weekly tastings sounds like such a cool idea! My husband and I always talk about wanting to know more about wine whenever we try a new one or find ourselves wandering the aisles aimlessly looking for a bottle!

    My favorite wine is a light pinot grigio. Or champagne/prosecco if that gets to count as wine πŸ˜› I’d love to have a glass on a patio just about anywhere the sun shines. Or by the water is always a perfect idea too!

    Reply to Carly
    • Taralynn McNitt

      Thanks, Carly!

      It’s such a fun box and my parents were in heaven trying all the wines with me. It’s a cool idea to learn about the wines before serving them at a party too!

      I think by the water is the best spot πŸ™‚

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Anonymous

    How pretty is this post!? I have to agree with other readers on your previous blog post. I truly enjoy that you don’t stage anything or make things unattainable. This is something I can and will do at home. Thanks for all of your awesome ideas!

    Reply to Anonymous
  • Brittany

    Love wine so I enjoyed everything about this post! Seems like a really cool concept! I might have to try it sometime.
    I tend to really like red wines. Pinot Noir on the more fruit forward scale and Montepulciano D’Abbruzzo (Italian red wine) are my top choices. It really depends on my mood or food! I have The Traveling Vineyard to thank for introducing me to that Italian Varietal. It has introduced me to so many other varietals most never heard of before being a wine guide.
    I enjoy wine outside on any nice patio with flowers or coastal restaurants by the water. Incredibly relaxing.

    Reply to Brittany
  • Jennifer

    My favorite type of wine is Moscato! (I love sweet reds, too) Roscato is a good brand and I also like Luccio Peach wine! (cheap-o) over here

    I would love to be having a glass of wine, like you, by a lake or looking out at the ocean!

    Reply to Jennifer
  • Michelle Reiter

    I went out to Napa with my sister-in-laws and mother-in-law last summer and it really was so educational talking to everyone at each vineyard. It also made me appreciate wine so much more so now I’m on the hunt to become more knowledgeable on the subject too πŸ™‚

    Reply to Michelle Reiter
  • Carly

    I wish so hard that I could get this. It sounds so fun! I love wine…but like you I never quite knew why. (Or what I didn’t like about it). Too bad I live in Utah. Maybe one day the laws will change!

    Reply to Carly
  • Emily S.

    Cab Sav (short for Cabernet Sauvignon because it’s easier to say it that way) is my fave. Whenever I’ve had a rough week and/or day at work, my boyfriend has a glass waiting for me when I get home <3 (He's learned that this will almost immediately get me out of my bad mood haha).

    I grew up in Hawaii and always wanted to enjoy a nice RosΓ© by the ocean, but we moved back to the mainland before I was of legal age, so I never got the chance to do that! Have a glass (by glass, I mean bottle) for me when you visit!

    Reply to Emily S.
    • Taralynn McNitt

      Your boyfriend is a keeper.

      Ahhhh I spent about four years of my life in hawaii (obviously not legal age) so I’ll drink a couple for the both of us!!

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Brooklyn

    Yum I love wine πŸ™‚
    Although, I really don’t know much about it. When people ask me what kind of wine I like, I just say red πŸ˜‰ haha.

    This box would be perfect to learn about different wines!


    Reply to Brooklyn
  • Nina


    I’m French, so this article was for me (clichΓ© ^^).

    What type of wine is your favorite?
    I’m not really into wines but I love Pouilly-FumΓ© (a white wine, good with goat cheese). I can easily drink a good Bourgogne (like Nuits-Saint-Georges), it’s a very tasty red wine (and, also, expensive). Muscat is sweet and delicious with desserts.
    And I realize I know a little too much for someone who’s “not really into wines” πŸ˜€

    Where would you love to have a glass of wine?
    Anywhere with good friends. Wine is always better with friends! (and cheese, that’s why Pouilly-FumΓ© is a must)

    Reply to Nina
  • Renee Fogarty

    I love a hearty dark red, like a Malbec, but I agree, I totally need to step up my terminology! And I love to have it outside, on a pretty evening with a gorgeous view of the mountains!

    Reply to Renee Fogarty
  • Mallory

    My new obsession is red wine! I used to be a sucker for moscato but then my mom got me hooked on red… and it’s healthy πŸ™‚

    My favorite would have to be Apothic Red – YUM! If I could be anywhere sipping on some wine right now it would be on a porch and the weather wouldn’t be too hot, there would be a small breeze – ahhhh peaceful. πŸ™‚

    Reply to Mallory
  • Hanah Miller

    A dry red or white. I am not fancy enough to have the largest preference πŸ™‚
    The back porch at sunset!

    Reply to Hanah Miller
  • Linda @ The Fitty

    Wine connoisseur? I would’ve thought more like, coffee!

    Reply to Linda @ The Fitty
  • Mallori

    How cool is this! I hosted a wine party with my friends last fall. We had a blast! We had someone that came to the house giving us instructions, so it would be SUPER cool to be able to do this without an instructor- let the ladies get all crazy without fear of embarrassment! Ha!

    What type of wine is your favorite?
    – I love reds. I love a good cab. or a pinot noir

    Where would you love to have a glass of wine?
    -On my front porch with a good book (or magazine) in hand!

    Thanks for sharing, I can’t wait to get my first box!!

    Reply to Mallori
    • Taralynn McNitt

      YES!!! It’s fun to learn about the wines at home and you can be crazy all night!

      Me too! & blends.

      front porch wine drinking is on my Friday list of things to do.

      xo let me know what you think of it!

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Deepa

    I love the sound of this!

    1) Love rosΓ© so yummy! Also really been into Cabernet Sauvignon lately. Really anything that is mild tasting, I don’t like wines that have a really strong taste.

    2) Anywhere and everywhere! My boyfriend and I love to have wine with charcuterie boards as well, there’s nothing better!

    Reply to Deepa
  • Kate

    My favorite wine is Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc…I love dry whites. I recently found out I am pregnant, so no wine for a bit. I can’t wait to sip a glass in a few months…by the water in Maine! This looks like a really cool service.

    Reply to Kate
  • Catherine

    Hey! Where did you get those wine glasses?? I love them!

    Reply to Catherine
  • Rafaela S

    I started out liking the fruity wines, but now I really love reds πŸ™‚ I love all your pictures and can’t waits to try this out πŸ™‚

    Reply to Rafaela S
  • Olli

    Wine by a fall bonfire or the ocean.

    Reply to Olli
  • Jolyn

    LOVE Blackberry wine it’s so delicious!
    Anywhere with a breath taking view would be a good place to enjoy anything. Nature is beautiful and elegant… I also like drinking by fires doesn’t matter if it’s inside or outside there is something romantic about fires that make you want to drink πŸ™‚

    Reply to Jolyn
    • Taralynn McNitt

      Have you ever had blackberry peach wine?? It’s so good. I even made a pie inspired by it once lol

      Being outside is just the best pace to have wine.

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Allison

    Ohh i love a dry red zin! Makes it even better while enjoying it at the beach in Laguna with my pup!!

    Reply to Allison
  • Mercedes

    Your house has amazing lighting for photos! Looks so good!
    P.S. Are your giveaways always open to US residents only? Would you consider including Canadians possibly?
    Just a thought! Have a lovely day!

    Reply to Mercedes
  • Caroline

    This past year I was finally able to add whites to my enjoyment. I like something bold, so Malbec|Syrah|Shiraz, and I CANNOT stand buttery or sweet whites. So, un-oaked Chardonnays|Chenin Blanc|Fume Blanc|Pinto Gris.

    Location is definitely anywhere, depending on the weather and color choice. My most favorite, and recent, location was this past summer when I had an impulsive trip to NYC. I got to have a friend’s house all to myself, she has a backyard…5 blocks away from Times Square! One of my best parts of that rushed 36hrs in the city was ending my day lounging with a glass, barely hearing the noises, watching the birds in the trees and FORGETTING that a crowded, skyscraper city was just out the front door. Bliss.

    Reply to Caroline
    • Taralynn McNitt

      I have a feeling you’re already a connoisseur πŸ˜‰

      That sounds like a beautiful spot to have wine!!! I am hoping to do that while I’m in NYC!

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Savannah Cassidy

    Just entered!! What a fun giveaway!! πŸ™‚ This box looks awesome. I’m a huuuge wine lover (especially for red), but don’t really know anything about wine either! I think this would be SUCH a fun thing to do with friends.

    PS- that charcuterie board practically made me drool haha!

    Reply to Savannah Cassidy
  • Hayley

    I love cabernet’s or mabec’s when I drink red, and un-oaked chardonnay for my white! I’m also a HUGE prosecco fan. I always find a reason to “celebrate” so I can drink bubbly more often πŸ˜‰ I live in the Finger Lakes region of NY so we are known for our Rieslings which is what I drink when I want a sweeter wine!

    Reply to Hayley
  • Tara

    I’m a sucker for White Zinfandel and Rieslings πŸ™‚ and I’m mostly drinking boxed wine hahaha this sounds like such a good way to expand my selections.

    As for location, there’s nothing better than sitting out on my apartment’s balcony in the summer and relaxing with a glass after work.

    Reply to Tara
    • Taralynn McNitt

      I love those too. That’s all I would drink when I first started drinking wine. I crave wine in the summer for sure! Especially porch sitting!

      Reply to Taralynn McNitt
  • Lily

    “I’ve always been impressed by people who truly know their wines.” AMEN. That is totally not me. So cool that you got to do this though! My favorite is a sparkling white..especially brut! And it wold be most enjoyed either by the water as well or looking out into a big lit up city (from the comfort of a cozy window, of course)

    Reply to Lily
  • Juliette From Namastay Traveling

    Love the shots from this post! These are some awesome ideas. Is it too early to start my wine night now?

    Reply to Juliette From Namastay Traveling
  • Ann

    Malbec or a spicy red blend are my favorites!! And I love to just enjoy it on our deck in the summer! ? Thanks for sharing!

    Reply to Ann
  • Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    I personally don’t like any type of alcohol – the taste of it just makes me feel sick – but I’ve always thought having a glass of wine with chocolate or by the water would look super classy, ha!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Reply to Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous post

Ten Mile Run + Delicious Food & Long Walks

Next post

My 15 Favorite "At Home" Salad Fixes!

Site Maintained by Victor Font Consulting Group, LLC.