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“During the spring and summer, it looks likea low, green shrub — sort of boxwood-looking.”
“The showstopper was the 1999, which turned the trick of tasting likea more mature riesling (some brioche and sweet almond character) while maintaining freshness and zip.”
“The appreciation of an older wine taste profilebringsmy old philosophical dilemna; do people do not like a given wine (old or not) because it does not meet their frame of reference (It is not sweet as it should be, it is not oaky as white wine should be, etc …) OR do people do not likea givenwinebecause hedonically it is unpleasant (ie it truly taste like hell to them).”
“According to his philosophy: hey, Ireallywanted to feel likea junkiewith the DTs — so that is what I got done!”
“The Cup final felt more likea post‑coital cigarette than the climax to the season.”
“Ellen & Sherrie told me: "We don't know if she read it butlo and behold, she's been acting likea Rules Girl ever since!”
“Even with their best efforts, my educational establishment generally looked likea specialist brothel.”
“May 28, 2010 at 8:01 pm woe, that seams likea meen katt…”
“Just doesn't seem likea win for either side, but that's my opinion.”
“When they finally opened, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that “crisp” actually referred to falafels, and the place wasmore likea midtownified pita pocket and hummus bowl kind of place.”
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