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  • Our Gaulic frenemies believe they are superior to us Americans in all things sartorial (not to mention all things culinary, oenophilic and diplomatic), and they've got a point.

    Gioia Diliberto: French Women Don't Wear Shorts

  • Too close to Sarah Palin for their oenophilic tastes, thankyouverymuch.

    The Purple Pod Café.

  • "Sideways" is getting excellent buzz, and it's a damn fine film, but I've seen it and for an oenophilic "Beavis and Butthead," it's terrifically overrated.

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  • A floor-to-ceiling wall of wine provides visual focus-unsurprising given the dizzying oenophilic options; there's something in the neighborhood of 250 bottles, many available by the four - or seven-ounce pour.

    Chicago Reader

  • An energetic, stocky man, Patinios has the ingratiating charm and oenophilic patter that bring to mind Miles from the wine movie

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  • A great poem I came up with for an oenophilic friend of mine.

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  • Hughes imparts his oenophilic knowledge in a way that makes the novice not only want to read the original text, but also to parse its every sentence.

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  • Where was the oenophilic pride of the French in general, and French waiters in particular?

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  • pronounced 'ee-noff-oh-lik'

    October 10, 2009