Wine LOLz from the Twitterverse

DrVino: Michel Rolland has an autobiography coming out? A magnum oakus, surely.

CraigCamp: hear the Oxygen network picked up the rights and will turn it into a micro-series
Wink Lorch: Bet it will appear late icon wink
OlivierLandry: A very ripe comment on your part, good sir. #RollandPuns …I think we’ve extracted everything we could out of this…

mostinterestingsommelier In meme action, consider #mostinterestingsommintheworld:
@WineauxDLynnP: He finished inventory at Berns in 40 minutes.

@JosiahBaldivino: He taught Jesus how to turn water into wine.

@DrVino: He doesn’t decant because sediment is afraid to come out of the bottle.

@alpanasingh: He is a She

@ganzer_wein: (s)he routinely sells wines for $5000 a pop from the DRC…democratic republic of Congo

@JeremySeysses: He decided not to have his own label.

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3 Responses to “Wine LOLz from the Twitterverse”


  1. Nothing from @ShitMySommSays?! that guy is freakin’ hilarious! the first wine-centric twitter account that i followed, actually.


  2. Hi Courtney, no disrespect to SMSS! He/she is definitely worth checking out. Just didn’t see him/her joining these threads.


  3. Don’t buy from him, Argentina! The truth is, he never helped you. All though his wild and Peynaud existence. He had no promise. Now keep your distance.

    Watch out for Craig Camp. I know Craig Camp. He is a danger to himself and others…


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