The Red Sox spray selves, locker room with Domaine Ste Michelle

Just what was the “champagne” that the Red Sox sprayed all over their goggled and giddy selves yesterday? A reader wants to know. Fortunately, the Dr. Vino cam was in the locker room at Coors Field (Coors? As if the Rockies even had a chance in a venue like that according to the wine theory of sports champions). To the photos:


Photo one provides a glimpse of the left front label, photo two, the right, photo three, the actual label for your spy cam comparisons. Put them together and what does it spell? Domaine Ste Michelle! Is it the finest “handcrafted” bubbly that $6.99 can buy? You decide! Oddly, the Sox changed since they popped Korbel back when they won the first round of the playoffs. But why no Red Sox charity wine?

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2 Responses to “The Red Sox spray selves, locker room with Domaine Ste Michelle”

  1. So much for your Cleveland Indians prediction. Looks like bubbly isn’t the indicator of on-field dominance we all hoped for.

    Pardon me, my bookie is calling.

  2. haha. Yes, the Wine Theory of World Sports Domination may still need some refinement. More data! Athletes: drink, spray in your moment of glory and send us the pix!


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