A bottle of 1991 Vega Sicilia Unico. My fiancée bought it as a celebration
gift when I graduated from college. That's when I realized that wine was a really,
really cool thing.
It was so much fun working for him. We would open a large format bottle every night
and pour it by the glass. That gave me a chance to taste a lot of Burgundy, off-vintage Bordeaux, things like imperials of 1975 Léoville-Las Cases and my favorite of all, magnums of 2001 Thierry Allemand Reynard Cornas.
What I’m drinking right now is my homebrew. I have an IPA in the fridge. When you make a batch, you end up with a lot of bottles, so when my friends come over, it's like MTV's "Cribs." I got started with that a year and a half ago. I thought, if I couldn't make wine, why not make beer?