“The Winds of War” Live-blogged, 5: Sitting out the Sitzkrieg…with wine.

After a short summer break we are back on track with Sean Munger’s live blogging “The Winds of War.” We are in the throws of war and romance while sipping a delicious sounding Zinfandel from one of my favorite wine regions, Lodi, that Sean found while vacation on the Oregon coast. This is an action packed article; enjoy….


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There’s been a bit of a break, but welcome back to my “live-blog” of the Herman Wouk novel The Winds of War. My “Literary Summer” with books and wine actually got a jump-start during the time I was on vacation. I was at the Oregon Coast and while there I was able to read You Are A Shark and another book that I hope to do a blog article on. But right now it’s time to go back to the early days of World War II. Wine suggestions for this series have been provided by Michelle Williams of the RockinRed Blog, though as you’ll see in this particular installment I happened to find an excellent wine on my own in a little shop on the coast near my hotel and I couldn’t resist incorporating it into the series. (It turned out much better than the last time I tried to…

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