Apothic Wine

Published on AO3

Summary: The whole night is a mess for Sherlock and Molly -in more ways than one.


The dark bottle sits on the countertop mocking Molly; still sealed in red, but frayed at the top, like a fruitless endeavour. Seconds pass –Molly thoroughly convinced for many of them that she should enjoy the wine on her own. But it has been 4 weeks since they’d bought the wine together for John’s birthday and she isn’t caving now.

She hears a door close nearby and wonders if it’s him, moping about, or a neighbour home from their workday. His coat and shoes are gone from one of their various resting places and his laptop is shut: it’s the neighbour.

Her hand reaches towards her back pocket, but stops short, suspending itself over the double stitch lining. She could call John or Mary or Greg or god forbid Anderson, but she doesn’t see the point in it anymore. The point is that he is there, wherever there is, and not here with her on their anniversary (if she can even assign anniversaries to this relationship they have).  

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anonymous asked:

what are some of your favorite fragrances?

omg weird timing because I was just making a list of perfumes I want to buy… my all time favorites are tom ford neroli portofino (amazing staying power too, on my skin at least), Tokyo milk dead sexy, Elizabeth and James nirvana black, and Royal apothic hothouse peonie (this is the one I wear on a daily basis). I want to buy philosophy’s warm citrus and burberry classic (this is an old fav that I haven’t owned in years but I miss it)


If you haven’t checked out the wine tags that Clare Vivier made for us in collaboration with the wine Apothic Red, well, get to it! And, no, we didn’t mess up the pics on this post: These little wonders, which are meant be wrapped around the stem of a wine glass to avoid any mix-ups, can also be used as accessories—see the leather bracelets and hair band above. Basically, they’re as high-functioning as you are. Scoop them up now and gift them to your holiday-party hosts this month. —erica