Kim Maxwell. The suggestion that this happens at a winery in somewhat frumpy Paarl makes the image worthy of a double-take. The advertised wine was Avondale. And the ad was inserted amongst pages devoted to attractively styled dishes, recipes, chefs, food products and features on how home cooks entertain their guests. My response: what brilliance, what a rare show of artistic wit and daring from the local wine industry!
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Frank James. Alabama doesn't want any images of naked flying nymphs hanging off bicycles on the labels of wine bottles sold in the state and that's just the way it is. So the state's liquor control board has banned a California wine called Cycles Gladiator because its label uses an Art Nouveau image that once graced the posters of a turn-of-the-century French bicycle manufacturer. So "Fat Bastard" wine is OK but if you think you're going to sell a wine with an artful nude on the label in Alabama, you're just whistling Dixie. AP - Alabama's ban on a wine that features a nude nymph on the label became a business opportunity for a California vintner who is preparing a marketing campaign to capitalize on being "Banned in Bama. The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board recently told stores and restaurants to quit serving Cycles Gladiator wine because of the label. Board attorney Bob Martin said the stylized, art-nouveau rendition of a nude female with a flying bicycle violated Alabama rules against displaying "a person posed in an immoral or sensuous manner.
But several conversations since viewing it have opened my mind to a sobering reality: A growing number of women — and even teen girls — are having trouble with wine, say experts in alcohol addiction. Women are advised to have fewer than three drinks a day, according to the National Institutes of Health. But too much consumption can lead to cirrhosis, heart and brain damage and cancer. Interestingly, two women with considerable power and wealth have found themselves under attack on this very front. The page, created by a mental health and addiction counselor, is directed at the popular morning TV hosts who sip wine throughout their morning show.
CCTV caught the former Bournemouth University student chasing him through a corridor with no clothes on and lunging at him with a bottle at 2. It came as the couple — who had downed two bottles of wine and cocktails — argued over Oxenford seeing another man when they briefly separated. By the time police arrived, Oxenford had snatched Mr Buttigieg's glasses off and slashed his nose with a shard of broken glass in their room. Oxenford, wearing a brown turtleneck, wept quietly in the dock as she was given a commmunity order at Westminster Magistrates' Court today.