Krystal Landrum

Krystal Landrum

  • Born: 1970-7-6
  • Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)
  • Extended Reading
    • Retta 2022-01-19 08:01:09

      That bottle of Chardonnay, how beautiful

      Wine has a history of thousands of years, and France is the most famous producer of high-quality wine. In 1976, California, USA, only experienced more than two hundred years of winemaking history. What an incredible wine it can present to the world, we all drew a big question mark in our hearts....e

    • Imelda 2022-01-19 08:01:09

      Discover and love

      Before 1976, American red wine was ridiculed as soda, and the NAPA Valley was not admired. The veteran French winery has the right to speak. Like all legends, there needs to be a group of people to break such a MYTH. Of course, at the beginning, it was an Englishman-AR, which existed like a god,...

    • Wendy 2022-03-27 09:01:18

      Chateau Montelena gotta get a bottle to drink this year

    • Janessa 2022-03-20 09:02:38

      Idk why, I collect some French wine that are of my birth vintage, but never a huge fan of French wine. My favorite is always Brunello, and my casual drink goes to California and South American wines. I still have a bottle of Ridge back in New York, gotta open it once I get back.

    Bottle Shock quotes

    • Steven Spurrier: "Wine is sunlight, held together by water." The poetic wisdom of the Italian physicist, philosopher, and stargazer, Galileo Galilei. It all begins with the soil, the vine, the grape. The smell of the vineyard - like inhaling birth. It awakens some ancestral, some primordial... anyway, some deeply imprinted, and probably subconscious place in my soul.

    • Steven Spurrier: Great wine is great art, my friend. I am, in effect, a shepherd... whose mission is to offer the public another form of great art and to guide its appreciation thereof.

      Maurice: Well, a shepherd... by definition, needs a flock. And a business, by necessity... needs customers.

      Steven Spurrier: So, if I were to subscribe to that proviso would you be considered a customer?

      Maurice: No. No, I would be considered... an enthusiastic... advocate.