It seems that Andy Warhol was right

“In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.”

-Andy Warhol

The nice folks over at Sacre Bleu Wines have decided to make an honest man out of Andy, at least with regards to AWB’s 15 minutes. They interviewed both Amy and me and then gave us a very good write-up. The link above will take you directly to the article, but here is an excerpt to whet your appetite.

Another Wine Blog is one of the few wine blogs whose material is posted exclusively by a wife/husband team.  We’re accustomed to The Dudes, Good Grapes, Yarrow’s, Heimoff’s and Women and Wine, The Harlots and Gonzo Gastronomy but this seems to be the most interesting battle of the sexes on our street.  With Valentine’s Day hovering and love in the air we asked Amy and Joe if they would talk with us about some things including what drives their joint creativity and who really manages the bar there.

Head on over to Sacre Bleu Wines to read the entire article, including the Q&A with both of us. I may be a bit biased, but I think they did a great job with it.

Interestingly enough, they published every question that we answered, except for the one we struggled with, and had to put the most thought and effort into answering. They had asked us “What famous couple were we most like?”  Initially, I had come up with some throw away answers like Sid and Nancy and Fred and Wilma. Amy threw out Jack Bauer and Chloe, which cracked me up, before hitting on what was the only possible answer: Judd Nelson and Molly Ringwald in The Breakfast Club. While that may be too dated of a reference these days, we really had a lot of fun with the whole exercise, not to mention lots of subsequent amusement (mainly one-sided) provided by impregnating the prom queen jokes.

Andy also said, “Don’t pay any attention to what they write about you. Just measure it in inches.” In this case, Sacre Bleu was quite kind to us in both respects.

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