In trying to write this blog in English I hope finally able to start jabber a few words in this language. I will mobilise various tools for that my text be in accordance with the rules of grammar and spelling. Thanks for your corrections and comments.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Lognol

 
The Lognol is a red wine that has fresh aromas of dandelion, mirtilles, 
nettles and fresh notes of exotic fruit, pineapple, banana and kiwi. 
Specialists say it is the most androgine wines, the vineyard is located entirely in 
the commune of Lognol who owes its name, it can be kept up to 8000 years.

15 comments:

krn said...

Momo, this wine seems to me as decadent as the receipts of Doréus.
Is Lorgnol in Switzerland ?

krn said...

Sorry Momo, Lognol is the right name.
But, Where is that place in which wine is good during so much time ?

doreus said...

Recipes, KRN. Receipts are not really very appetising... :)

And I just wonder: how was it tested that the wine could keep 8000 years?

doreus said...

Oh! I forgot to mention. Could you send me a dozen bottles?

krn said...

You are right, Doréus, I always confused both words. I have to pay attention.

Yes, 8000 years seems a lot of time. Those who bottled them were maybe of the tribe of cromagnons.

doreus said...

I'm thinking something like that. Or Neanderthal. Are the bottles made of stone?

Momo said...

Hello my dear krn.

You are right, krn, this wine has bottled by the first tribe of homo sapiens sapiens. They were the first to do wine. Archeological researchers found plenty of bottles into caves.

Doreus, this wine are very expensive but it is really very special. Dozen bottles would you like ?

Momo said...

Of course, Doreus, bottles are made of stone.

krn said...

Lognol is also the name for people who lived in Logne.
Logne is a castel in Belgium.

Momo said...

Thus Lognol is a belgium's wine, thank you, krn, for your contribute. Are there some bottles of Lognol in this castel ?

doreus said...

You know, Momo, if the wine is too expensive, you can always send me a dozen of the younger wine... I'll let it age a few hundred years!

:-)

doreus said...

I have a feeling all of these articles would form a wonderful section of the Uncyclopedia.

krn said...

Doréus, the new lognol arrives to fixed date, as the beaujolais, on seventh Thursday of February

krn said...

Yes, I sometimes read Uncyclopedia. I like particularly the title of this page.

doreus said...

If only I had those 36-hour days... I'd be writing endless uncyclopedia articles!

Liquid stupidity! Great!