Homework and Wine

Art law reading, museum theory, and research paper writing are even more enjoyable when done with a glass of Perrin Réserve Côte du Rhône Blanc 2008! A blend of Grenache blanc (50%), Bourboulenc (20%, Marsanne (10%), Rousanne (10%), and Viognier (10%), the wine is light on the acid, easy to drink, and the perfect study buddy after a long day. It has been open for about a day (I’m only one person after all!) and is not as flavorful as it was when first opened, but pairs nicely with the complexities of Foucauldian theory, that’s for sure!

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One Response to Homework and Wine

  1. Ben Simons says:

    Just reading the phrase “Foucauldian theory” gave me a headache. 🙂 My one attempt at reading Foucault was a miserable failure. I have fared somewhat better at reading texts on his work, but even then I would rather be reading the Kevin Zraly that I see joining the text books. 🙂

    I need to pick up some Cote du Rhone Blanc. Sounds very nice. I’ve been enjoying a lot of white wines recently, and this one sounds like a nice one to try.

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