1. The breakfast table conversation features a discussion on different countries’ sulfur-documentation regulations
2. The refrigerator is filled with more wine (and beer) than food
3. At the dinner table, water is served out of wine bottles
4. Meals are planned based on what wine we’re having – not the other way around
5. Sautéing mushrooms involves almost more wine than mushrooms
6. Dinner conversation consists of different brands of destemmers and the morals and principles of grape sorting.
7. One can trust another’s sense of smell to diagnose certain problems; i.e. an overheating car engine.
8. One’s idea of a “drinking game” is a competitive blind tasting.
9. Sentences like this happen: “They’re not gonna use RBC12? Not even for Pinot?”