Michael Buble and Beringer, a match made in hell

Michael Buble Michael Buble and Beringer, a match made in hell

Michael Buble. Tw*t. F*ct.

Michael Bublé is described as a crooner. Beringer is described as a wine. We’re not sure we beleive either description.

Beringer has been named the official wine of Bublé’s upcoming Crazy Love Tour.

This is what Bublé has to say about Beringer

“I think Beringer and I are a great pairing [Beringer] is a winery that mixes elegance and excitement in a way that is simpatico with my music.”

Quick, pass me the crack cocaine, I need to get to another dimension. FAST.

Michael Bublé will perform at Beringer Vineyards this Autumn for a select group of wine-loving fans.

We feel sorry for the vines. First they’re owned by Beringer and second they’ll have to listen to Bublé  and his vile brand of corporate schmaltz.

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3 Responses to Michael Buble and Beringer, a match made in hell

  1. char December 4, 2010 at 00:31 #

    Ah, but the public adores him and he is amazing. Jealous?

    • Gavino December 4, 2010 at 11:12 #

      A-ha.The old ‘wisdom of the masses’ defence! How can WineOfTheWeek defend itself against such logic? I give in. I shall now go out and buy a Big Mac – it must be good food because millions of people eat them. I shall then wash it down with a glass of Blossom Hill, which also must be good, because hundreds of thousands of people drink it. I shall then try to audition for the X-Factor because my life is meaningless without an adoring public.

      Or I could just sit down with a glass of Ridge Lytton Springs and read my Thomas Pynchon novel in front of the fire this afternoon.

      • jayne cross January 8, 2011 at 20:20 #

        hahahaha, love Mr wonderful but Gavino is so true, love your adaptation on “the meaning of life”

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