I admit it. The last time I bought a bottle of wine I got Prosecco because it was mentioned in Fifty Shades of Grey. Could I be any more obsessed with with this book series? To my surprise, the Prosecco was delicious and for the first time in a long time my husband and I enjoyed a date night in with wine, cheese and crackers.
The whole experience reminded me of our honeymoon in France, where we traveled to Paris, Biarritz and Loire Valley. Funny enough some of the wines featured in Fifty Shades is from Loire Valley and of course, Christian Grey speaks fluent French. Oh, I’m always trying to make a connection to Fifty Shades and Christian.
Sancerre (a type of Sauvignon Blanc from Loire Valley, France)
Pouilly Fume (a type of Sauvignon Blanc from Loire Valley, France)
Bollinger Grande Annee Rose 1999
Barossa Valley Shiraz
And here’s a few more random resources if you’re as obsessed with Fifty Shades of Grey as I am.
So many of my readers have been telling me they’re re-reading the series while listening to the music EL James mentions in the Fifty Shades trilogy. I can’t wait to download the soundtrack myself. EL James posted the Fifty Shades song list featured in all three books on her website.
Sometimes you just can’t read (or you shouldn’t) like when you’re driving or supposed to be watching your kid’s soccer game. Well, get the audiobook for Fifty Shades of Grey and never be without Christian again. My readers tell me that Audible.com is a good source.
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