“The Winds of War” winding down with a wine double header! This is Sean Munger’s second to last installment of his live blogging the “Winds of War” with wine. The war continues to escalate, FDR and Churchill continue to build their alliance, Rhoda resolves some unfinished business and Pug is still a key player in FDR’s plans. Furthermore, this installment contains not one but TWO outstanding wine recommendations! So grab your glass and once again get swept away in “The Winds of War!”
Astonishing as it may seem, I’m almost finished with Herman Wouk’s immense World War II romance epic The Winds of War, which I began reading (and live-blogging) way back in June. This is going to be the second-to-last installment of the series, as we’re rapidly coming to the sad and explosive climax of this amazing book. This has been one of the most popular article series on my blog this year, thanks in no small part to Michelle Williams of the RockinRed Blog who has been choosing excellent wines to go along with the action. Tonight’s article is actually a double-header, one wine chosen by Michelle, another by me, and we’re getting to the part of the book where you definitely want to begin drowning your sorrows as the darkest days of World War II are approaching! So let’s get back to the action.
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