I was thinking about the name of this Malbec "LATIDO" from Mendoza Argentina that is available starting today Thursday, September 19, 2019. From one moment to another my mind shifted attention to a 1990's tune that played for almost a year on the radio. Oh what a year that was. We had just moved to la Colonia Guadalupe to la Avenida Monterrey. I was in 5th grade attending El Colegio La Salle and that year I almost got expelled. I was one chunky monkey and had just fallen in love with all kinds of metal. I was also one tall and chunky 10 year old. Remember the scene when the Nutty Professor looks down and can't see his shoes? Well, I wasn't that big, but I did had a pansa and chichis. I lived that same scene six years before the first of two Nutty Professor movies acted by Eddie Murphy. I also couldn't see my shoes just by just looking down. When I watched the movie in 1996 at home when it came out in VHS I laughed my @ss off the couch when that similar scene played on the tube. ( I just realized I am writting a #throwbackthursday blog. Isn't the subcouncious powerful? 🤯)
What is the main difference between now and 1990? I didn't drink wine back then.
Time to bring it back because I've gotta go receive the vino. It all started because of the name of the wine. "LATIDO". Latido means pump so the pump made me think heart, heart came along with the song Estrechez De Corazon by Los Prisioneros.
Here's the video so you can take a look and maybe dance to it too.
TO end with a wine note. We are bringing back a Malbec from Argentina after almost a year of having a French Malbec in our wine list. Next is my description for the wine, featured on the wine list so come over, try the wine, then you can ask me about the description.
Me haces llorar porque siempre intento descifrar
lo que estarás pensando o lo que me dices. Aun asi, te quedas ahi parada, solo viendo.
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