… that Helen has liked. She actually said that she loved it!
Most of my previous attempts at wine have tasted like feet. And not in a good way. This wine is a little sweet. It does not have the oaky depth of a heavy red, but tastes like a lighter, flavorful red or a rich rose.
I made this wine with Dimes grape juice and mashed up raisins to add body. I started fermenting it on the 4th November 2015, and it was bottled on the 6th February 2016 – over 3 years ago!
I’ve had a lot of sequential maths assignments due lately, and I haven’t been doing much other than to study maths! Most of my other work has fallen by the wayside, unfortunately. My exams are starting in a month, and then my study will be over for the year!
I’ve been loving devoting so much time to just doing maths, but I feel a bit guilty about letting all my other stuff go. Oh well. I’ll get back to doing lots of coding soon!
It’s been a few weeks since I last posted. I’ve been totally absorbed in doing assignments for my Masters. Much to the detriment of all the other stuff I need to do! I’ve been avoiding doing a lot of tasks on my todo list, so a lot of my day-to-day routine has been disrupted. I’m slowly getting back to normal now.
Last night we went to see the movie “Isle of Dogs” at the Duke of York’s PictureHouse cinema in Brighton. Apparently the Duke of York is one of the oldest continuously run movie theatres in the World! The movie was fantastic! Both Helen and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Definitely a must see.
Last night we went to the British Library to see an event called “Sounds of the Sky”. It was fun being in the British Library and seeing some of the rooms, but the event wasn’t that great. The first part involved lying on our backs in a big room while various audio recordings played through some speakers overhead. The audio tracks – mainly interviews – were good, but the sound itself was a bit muddy and neither Helen nor I could make out some of the dialog.
Helen and I have stopped being mainly vegan – primarily because of milk and cheese. Non-dairy milks are OK for coffee and tea, and work quite well in muesli, but cow milk is so much better! Also, after trying a lot of vegan cheeses, there just is no substitute for dairy cheeses. We are still primarily vegetarian though.
Today we walked along the canal in London from Angel to Camden. We didn’t actually make it to Camden as they have blocked off the towpath just before Camden Town as they are building residential apartments along there. It was a lovely day (for winter). 10C and reasonably sunny.