Wine And Poetry

It’s Saturday night

And we are enjoying sampling the homemade wine that we are about to bottle. This year was grape, elderberry, rhubarb and black currant.

It’s been a good wine year!

This year our red wine made from grapes came out exceptionally well! It’s a bold full-bodied flavour that has made juicing countless bunches of grapes feel very worthwhile. So quite happy about that.

The rhubarb is, as always, is an easy hit; the black currant is like a sweet candy; and the first-time-to-make elderberry is – ironically – pretty young and probably needs to be combined with another wine to be more enjoyable.

Our favourite of the wine goblets. More can be seen here
Turquoise Rising Goblet
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We also recently came this beautiful poem

That we found both relatable and touching. Dwight is a great fellow creator and it brings our hearts joy to see a poem about pottery. You can see more of his work here.

Alchemist’s Creations by Dwight L Roth

We are just squishy pots of clay
spun and shaped by the master
Starting out as greenware
Aged and dried in the sun
Young and vibrantly smooth …
But we’re not finished
Till baptized in life’s colors
Full of toil and troubles
Only to be fired in life’s kiln
Aged // glazed with experience
Hardened with love’s beautiful finish
Yet, some struggle so hard
that their final hardened glaze
is crackled raku, tried by fire
still beautiful in its own way…
The Alchemist loves them both

Painting: Dwight L. Roth


    1. Thanks Julie! I hope your weekend is also beautiful and a lot of fun. I appreciate the comment 😉

  1. Thank you so much for reposting this poem.
    I discovered that I misspelled greenware. I corrected it this evening in my poem. You are welcome to correct it on this one as well.

    1. It’s our pleasure to repost this as it was to come upon it! I hope you are having a great start to December 😉

    1. I’ll make sure we have a glass ready tonight to Cheers 😉 I hope you are having a nice weekend so far!

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