RELAX, my darling Anastasians, and DO take a moment to still your palpitating hearts: a new Fifty Shades of Grey Red has NOT been released without your knowledge!
Instead, Popsugar reports that Tituss Burgess (who plays aspiring Broadway star Titus Andromedon on Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) is releasing his own wine, Pinot by Tituss, on March 14th.
Kimmy Schmidt fans will fondly remember Tituss’ self-filmed Peeno Noir music video, and Popsugar muses: “We have to say. . . we have yet to see how this red fares against the Fifty Shades of Grey wine.”
Challenge accepted, Popsugar! We know there’s room for more than one outstanding DVD Diva Red on the shelves this Spring!
Try a glass of Fifty Shades of Grey Red Satin Wine today!
Alas, lovely Anastasians!!! Word holds that "Fifty Shades Darker"--the sequel to last year's smash "Fifty Shades of Grey" film--won't be released in theaters until NEXT Valentine's Day, which really throws a kink into a girl's V-Day weekend plans this year.
Christian and Ana, taking a year off.
Never fear, dears: IBT.com has come to the rescue with a compilation of deliciously decadent, Fifty Shades of Grey-themed gifts guaranteed to give their recipients a very good time this Valentine's Day, featuring Fifty Shades Of Grey wine in both red and white (perhaps in an "I Don't Do Vanilla" wineglass?).
Maybe with some wine and cookies, this won't be such a long year to wait, after all...
Attention, Anastasians! Get ready for some Valentine Validation, since it's not just you who are craving these wines this February: Planet Jackson Hole recommends Fifty Shades of Grey White Silk and Red Satin as "Sweet Sips for V-Day" in a recent IMBIBE column!
Planet Jackson Hole gushes: "Speaking of seduction, the seductive lychee, white pear and honeyed tones of Fifty Shades of Grey White Silk—an off-dry blend of Gewürztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc—is, well, a lot better than the book its name is based on. And, renowned wine writer James Suckling awarded 90 points to Fifty Shades of Grey Red Satin, a deliciously rich blend of Syrah and Petite Syrah."
Toast your Valentine with one of these wines today!
Huge, Fantastic FSG Wine News!!!
Please hit pause on your latest viewing of the Fifty Shades of Grey DVD, we promise this is worth it: Wine critic extraordinaire James Suckling (formerly of Wine Spectator magazine) has just given FSG Red Satin a score of 90 on JamesSuckling.com!
The grooviness continues with Mr. Suckling's tasting notes: "A delicious blend of syrah and petite sirah that delivers plenty of fruit and a spicy, rich finish. Round and delicous. Drink now."
We couldn't agree more.
Mr. Suckling also dropped some love onto "Fun and drinkable" FSG White Silk, bestowing a lovely score of 88.
Thank you, JamesSuckling.com!
And now--back to the movie!!!
Fifty Shades of Grey Wins Silver, 88 Points, at the 2015 Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition
The Fifty Shades of Grey 2012 Red Satin and 2013 White Silk both brought home silver medals from San Diego's 2015 Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition this spring. All wines submitted to this competition are judged by teams of professional winemakers, giving extra pizzaz & street cred to the 88 points awarded to each of the FSG wines.
Bravo, Fifty Shades of Grey Wine!! Get a taste of the medal winners, here.
Jalearn calls the Fifty Shades wine collection "one of the best currently being offered in the market" as well as "a perfect combination of romance and excitement."
Oooh... what else, Jalearn??
The glass bottles are "designed with passion and sensuality in mind, just like what has been depicted in the phenomenal novel and movie."
A treat for all the senses, and "perfect for a romantic holiday"!
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