She served bacon wrapped dates, won tons and mini hot dogs, all perfectly paired with the beers. Guy Fieri was in a few years ago for an episode of Diners, Drive Ins and Dives and you can still see where he signed the wall.
I shared the wine with a couple of aficionados, one of whom crinkled his his nose, put the glass down and said “NGTPIM.” I gave him a puzzled look and he said, “Not going to put in mouth if it smells that bad.” He then proceeded to pour it out.
Mambo #5! Cornerstone 2012 Sauvignon Blanc. Craig Camp from Cornerstone says it’s one of the best growing grapes in Napa. Chardonnay does not grow well there. $30 sourced from Howell Mountain and St. Helena, older vineyards. Very soft for a Sauvignon Blanc. Would be extremely food friendly, nice and crisp.