It may look like Wine The Experience in Kilohana Square is closed — but it’s not.
The boutique venue in Kaimuki where people can bottle — and experience — their own wine is scaling back operations.
Shannon Ball, owner and Cat Chat veteran, explains how the business is changing — and, of course, what kinds of wines I should be drinking this summer.
(This is why I visit him!)
Cat Chat gets better and better. The guests all love what they do, and Shannon is a star in that respect. It helps that I love wine (problem, what problem?). It takes some practice, and in the grand scheme of things it doesn’t matter, but Cat you need to hold the glass by the stem. Watch Shannon in the video, all of them. It takes 21 days to make a habit. You just need to drink more wine.
By the stem…? You didn’t like my ghetto kung-fu grip?
You’re doing just fine. I jget to sit back and criticize. You have to produce the video and star in it. Don’t listen to me. Just watch Shannon’s hands and drink more wine.
If you guys weren’t on your second glass can’t imagine it if you had a few and re-shot this. Watching you swirl the wine in the glass is fun. Practice practice practice. Looks like you are volutizing the wine, glass, and all else. 🙂 Must be that Wing Chun grip.
Want to hear a funny mispronunciation of Kapolei? Watch today’s Morning Drive on the Golf Channel when Holly Saunders awards the free round of golf to someone from Hawaii. It is a perfect example of how to mispronounce something with such confidence no one will ever know.
Great job BTW.