Poem about Zinfandel at the Wine Bar on Grant St., San Francisco.

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Zinfandel, a fine wine….especially when grown in Alexander Valley, CA.

The poem reads:

I’m the diva in the bottle

Never whimpy, never faint

I’m the zeal in zydaco music

The light in Van Gogh’s paine

I’m an orchid

I’m a spell

I’m the bramble in the dell

I’m impulsive

Yet serene

The once and future queen

I’m a wild thing

Ooh-la-la

I’m inspiration for Syrrah

I can be gracious

In the nude

Depending on my mood

I can be romantic

With a steak

On a blanket by the lake

Or I can be leggy

At a bar

When a cigar isn’t just a cigar

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