You can feel blue or have the blues, view a beautiful cloudless blue sky, or survey a gorgeous sparkling blue ocean. Someone may call you out of the blue, you could read a blueprint if you’re so inclined, or you might come from a line of blue bloods.
Once in a blue moon, something rare or unique might happen. And some people can be so annoying or self-absorbed, you may possibly want to yell at them until you’re blue in the face.
Being blue with cold is something to avoid and talking a blue streak can be good or bad (depending on who’s doing the talking and what’s being said).
You can eat blue cheese with blue nachos, order your steak blue, or consume blue corn. And now . . . you can drink blue wine.
A stunning shade similar to Gatorade blue, this intriguing wine is produced with non-caloric sweeteners and is a blend of red and white grapes from four different areas in Spain: La Rioja, Castilla-La Mancha, León and Zaragoza. At 11.5%, it leans toward the sweeter side.
Gïk, the company behind this distinctive wine, has started selling “Blue Nun” across most of the globe—apparently, however, it won’t be available in the U.S. until 2017. . . . Nothing like anticipation, is there?