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“Made from the Savagnin grape variety, according to "The Oxford Companion to Wine," the grapes are picked well-ripened and then fermented as normal.”
“It's important to use tomatoes that are well-ripened and it's best to pick them the day you make the sauce if that's an option.”
“Its extensive finish reveals loads of well-ripened, supple tannins.”
“This expressive, well-ripened wine poses a quandary for a wine critic.”
“This intense, concentrated, and velvety-textured wine has firm tannins that are immersed in sweet, well-ripened fruit.”
“In Adaptation, the signal moment of the movie may be Nicolas Cage masturbating to the jacket photo of a well-ripened Meryl Streep as Susan Orlean.”
“Maturation, also known as ripening or curing, results in some instances from the growth and multiplication of aerobic microbes on the rind, progressing inward after a few weeks, and produces a well-ripened cheese with a pleasant aroma, flavour and texture.”
“Nick pulled greedy handfuls of the well-ripened globes and stuffed his mouth, the dark juice staining his hands.”
“His face was as brown as a well-ripened nut, and his arms and shoulders were even browner.”
“In such cases it is consoling to know that from sound, well-ripened roots good flowers may be confidently anticipated, even from late plantings.”
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