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Terland Wine quotes by Deborah Wilde
#1. What better way to lose that hangover headache than get drunk again? Oh, the joys of being Canadian with socialized health care and legal drinking age of nineteen. After a year (officially) honing that skill, I imbibed at an Olympic level. The red wine on the modular coffee table gleamed in a shaft of sunlight like its position had been ordained by the gods. I snatched up the crystal decanter, sloshing the liquid into the glass conveniently placed next to it. Once in a while, a girl could actually catch a break. I fanned myself with one hand. The myriad of lit candles seemed a bit much for Ari's romantic encounter, but wine drinking trumped curiosity so I chugged the booze back. My entire body cheered as the cloyingly-sweet alcohol hit my system, though I hoped it wasn't Manischewitz because hangovers on that were a bitch. I'd slugged back half the contents when I saw my mom on the far side of the room clutch her throat, eyes wide with horror. Not her usual, "you need an intervention" horror. No, her expression indicated I'd reached a whole new level of fuck-up. "Nava Liron Katz," she gasped in full name outrage. #Quote by Deborah Wilde
Terland Wine quotes by Michelangelo
#2. If the wine is not good, then throw it out! #Quote by Michelangelo
Terland Wine quotes by Anya Wylde
#3. Lesson to you Ann, is that a man, however much he lives under the illusion, is never in control. A woman holds the whip that slaps the horse's rump, my dear. And here is another lesson for you to chew on. Men are like barrels of wine in Sir Hammersmith's basement. Strong, sturdy and inviting on the outside, whereas on the inside completely empty. #Quote by Anya Wylde
Terland Wine quotes by Euripides
#4. Both to the rich and poor, wine is the happy antidote for sorrow. #Quote by Euripides
Terland Wine quotes by Robert Nathan
#5. Sonnet

I am no stranger in the house of pain;
I am familiar with its every part,
From the low stile, then up the crooked lane
To the dark doorway, intimate to my heart.
Here did I sit with grief and eat his bread,
Here was I welcomed as misfortune's guest,
And there's no room but where I've laid my head
On misery's accomodating breast.
So, sorrow, does my knocking rouse you up?
Open the door, old mother; it is I.
Bring grief's good goblet out, the sad, sweet cup;
Fill it with wine of silence, strong and dry.
For I've a story to amuse your ears,
Of youth and hope, of middle age and tears. #Quote by Robert Nathan
Terland Wine quotes by William B. Irvine
#6. He believed hunger to be the best appetizer, and because he waited until he was hungry or thirsty before he ate or drank, "he used to partake of a barley cake with greater pleasure than others did of the costliest of foods, and enjoyed a drink from a stream of running water more than others did their Thasian wine."6 When asked about his lack of an abode, Diogenes would reply that he had access to the greatest houses in every city - to their temples and gymnasia, that is. And when asked what he had learned from philosophy, Diogenes replied, "To be prepared for every fortune."7 This reply, as we shall see, anticipates one important theme of Stoicism. The #Quote by William B. Irvine
Terland Wine quotes by Frank Schoonmaker
#7. Taste and smell are often the beggars among our five senses - they leave no written language and therefore no standards other than wholly personal ones. Tasting a superlative Moselle wine can be an aesthetic experience no less genuine than hearing a Mozart piano concerto or seeing for the first time an original Breughel painting. #Quote by Frank Schoonmaker
Terland Wine quotes by Charles Bukowski
#8. There would never be a way for me to live comfortably with people. Maybe I'd become a monk. I'd pretend to believe in God and live in a cubicle, play an organ and stay drunk on wine. #Quote by Charles Bukowski
Terland Wine quotes by Neel Burton
#9. Madness is like wine: small amounts are inspiring, but too much can make you ill. #Quote by Neel Burton
Terland Wine quotes by H.G.Wells
#10. With wine and food, the confidence of my own table, and the necessity of reassuring my wife, I grew by insensible degrees courageous and secure. #Quote by H.G.Wells
Terland Wine quotes by Georgia Hunter
#11. Months later, in a different world, Nechuma will look back on this evening, the last Passover when they were nearly all together, and wish with every cell in her body that she could relive it. She will remember the familiar smell of the gefilte, the chink of silver on porcelain, the taste of parsley, briny and bitter on her tongue. She will long for the touch of Felicia's baby-soft skin, the weight of Jakob's hand on hers beneath the table, the wine-induced warmth in the pit of her belly that begged her to believe that everything might actually turn out all right in the end. She will remember how happy Halina had looked at the piano after their meal, how they had danced together, how they all spoke of missing Addy, assuring each other that he'd be home soon. She will replay it all, over and over again, every beautiful moment of it, and savor it, like the last perfect klapsa pears of the season. #Quote by Georgia Hunter
Terland Wine quotes by Maimonides
#12. It is well known among physicians that the best of the nourishing foods is the one that the Moslem religion forbids, i.e., Wine. It contains much good and light nourishment. It is rapidly digested and helps to digest other foods. #Quote by Maimonides
Terland Wine quotes by Mary Wine
#13. Come with me, sweet lass, and I'll make good on me promise to chase ye through the woods like a highlander." Broen spoke in a rich timbre laced with good humor. " Ye there ... Lads, be sporting now and let me ravish this charming creature the way only a Scotsman can! #Quote by Mary Wine
Terland Wine quotes by Mari Akasaka
#14. Madonna, Madonna, delicious Madonna, why is it that they don't make red wine in Germany? What do you mean, there are some aren't there? Nope, they're white, Madonna, Madonna, delicious Madonna, why is it that there are no red wines in Germany? #Quote by Mari Akasaka
Terland Wine quotes by Tom Araya
#15. When I heard the idea of a Slayer wine, I tasted the wines they suggested for us. To be honest, I was a bit skeptical at first before I tasted it, but once I tried it, I thought, 'You know what? This is actually really good. A really fruity and round type of flavor for a red wine.' It's very flavorful and tasted awesome! #Quote by Tom Araya
Terland Wine quotes by William Wycherley
#16. Wine gives you liberty, love takes it away. #Quote by William Wycherley
Terland Wine quotes by Anthony Burgess
#17. Oh, it was wonder of wonders. And then, a bird of like rarest spun heavenmetal, or like silvery wine flowing in a spaceship, gravity all nonsense now, came the violin solo above all the other strings, and those strings were like a cage of silk round my bed. Then flute and oboe bored, like worms of like platinum, into the thick thick toffee gold and silver. #Quote by Anthony Burgess
Terland Wine quotes by Louis Pasteur
#18. A bottle of wine contains more philosophy than all the books in the world. #Quote by Louis Pasteur
Terland Wine quotes by George R R Martin
#19. I see you had no taste for the wine I sent you."

"Such sudden generosity seemed somewhat suspect."

"I can have your head off anytime I want. Why should I need to poison you?"

"Death by poison can seem natural. Harder to claim that my head simply fell off. #Quote by George R R Martin
Terland Wine quotes by Aleister Crowley
#20. Genuine recollections almost invariably explain oneself to oneself. Suppose, for example, that you feel an instinctive aversion to some particular kind of wine. Try as you will, you can find no reason for it. Suppose when you explore a previous incarnation, you remember you died by a poisoned administered in a wine of that kind, your aversion is explained by the proverb: 'A burnt child dreads the fire.' #Quote by Aleister Crowley
Terland Wine quotes by Christine McVie
#21. I do like my wine. #Quote by Christine McVie
Terland Wine quotes by Ralph Steadman
#22. I have even written a book about Wine called The Grapes of Ralph. #Quote by Ralph Steadman
Terland Wine quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#23. Lillian's lashes lowered as she let him ease her closer, his hand sliding over the length of her spine. Her breasts and waist felt swollen within the insulating grip of her corset, and she suddenly longed to be rid of it. Taking as deep a breath as the stays would allow, she became aware of a sweetly spicy scent in the air.
"What is that?" she murmured, drawing in the fragrance. "Cinnamon and wine…" Turning in the circle of his arms, she looked around the spacious bedroom, past the poster bed to the small table that had been set near the window. There was a covered silver dish on the table, from which a few traces of sweet-scented steam were still visible. Perplexed, she twisted back to look at Marcus.
"Go and find out," he said.
Curiously Lillian went to investigate. Taking hold of the cover's handle, which had been wrapped with a linen napkin, she lifted the lid, letting a soft burst of intoxicating fragrance into the air. Momentarily puzzled, Lillian stared at the dish, and then burst out laughing. The white porcelain dish was filled with five perfect pears, all standing on end, their skin gleaming and ruby-red from having been poached in wine. They sat in a pool of clear amber sauce that was redolent of cinnamon and honey.
"Since I couldn't obtain a pear from a bottle for you," came Marcus's voice from behind her, "this was the next best alternative."
Lillian picked up a spoon and dug into one of the melting-soft pears, lifting it to her lips #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Terland Wine quotes by Julie James
#24. At least you're learning a thing or two about wine. Good to hear you're making such an effort to improve yourself."
"Does the U.S. attorney know how much you like spending your Saturday nights eavesdropping on private conversations?" Nick asked.
"The U.S. attorney knows exactly how I like spending my Saturday nights. #Quote by Julie James
Terland Wine quotes by William Shakespeare
#25. There's nothing serious in mortality;
All is but toys; renown, and grace, is dead;
The wine of life is drawn, and the mere lees
Is left this vault to brag of. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Terland Wine quotes by Elaine Sciolino
#26. When the sommelier Enrico Bernardo moved to Paris from Italy nearly two decades ago, the world of French gastronomy brutally rejected him. No matter that he had won the competition for best sommelier in Italy; when he asked 30 restaurateurs for work in their wine cellars, all turned him down. #Quote by Elaine Sciolino
Terland Wine quotes by Mary Francis Kennedy Fisher
#27. There is communion of more than our bodies when bread is broken and wine drunk. #Quote by Mary Francis Kennedy Fisher
Terland Wine quotes by Iron & Wine
#28. In some songs, like propaganda songs-and don't get me wrong, I love some propaganda songs. They're some of my favorite songs in the world. It's just that I don't enjoy writing it. #Quote by Iron & Wine
Terland Wine quotes by Henry Martin
#29. I work on the wine. It tastes somewhat tart, but that could be because I normally drink white. However, today is a different kind of day. Sitting in the most pleasurable of settings, I may as well drink red and piss white; at least I'll know that some of this land remained inside me. I look to my right, my eyes unfocused, absorbing the city as a whole. Show me your magic; I am ready. With a cigarette between my lips, I whisper my thoughts, my soul open to the maximum. Then I see it...clearly, without being able to visualize it in my eyes...my soul acting as the receiver - no past, no future, no nightmares, no struggle, a world without isms and schisms, a moment of pure joy, a split second when everything makes sense, a flash of life when one is ready to die. From Antibes emanates an ambience so wonderful that I wish to drink from Lethe and know no more than the present. If only for a brief moment, I desire this one luxury. While I press my lips together, ready to receive the kiss of Thanatos, I wonder if I can afford it. I wait for an answer...waiting, waiting, but it doesn't arrive. The time is not yet mine; it seems fortune will pass me by today. #Quote by Henry Martin
Terland Wine quotes by Jasper Fforde
#30. Everything comes to an end. A good bottle of wine, a summer's day, a long-running sitcom, one's life, and eventually our species. The question for many of us is not that everything will come to an end but when. And can we do anything vaguely useful until it does? #Quote by Jasper Fforde
Terland Wine quotes by Dimitris Mita
#31. When people lack true culture or are devoid of innovative ideas, they speak about wine, various brands of alcoholic beverages, or the quality of soap. #Quote by Dimitris Mita
Terland Wine quotes by Ambrose Bierce
#32. An old wine-bibber having been smashed in a railway collision, some wine was poured on his lips to revive him. #Quote by Ambrose Bierce
Terland Wine quotes by John Fante
#33. It is better to die of drink then to die of thirst. #Quote by John Fante
Terland Wine quotes by Jalaluddin Rumi
#34. I'm drenched
in the flood
which has yet to come

I'm tied up
in the prison
that has yet to exist

Not having played
the game of chess
I'm already the checkmate

Not having tasted
a single cup of your wine
I'm already drunk

Not having entered
the battlefield
I'm already wounded and slain

I no longer
know the difference
between image and reality

Like the shadow
I am
I am not #Quote by Jalaluddin Rumi
Terland Wine quotes by Santosh Kalwar
#35. I beg your pardon; I am drunk without a drink. English wine & words are vulnerable to every man. #Quote by Santosh Kalwar
Terland Wine quotes by Gerard Depardieu
#36. My unrealized ambition is to tend my vines, produce wine, and work like an artisan. I dream of rediscovering the old traditions and customs of wine growing, not necessarily to deny the technology which we have today, but to harness it and work in harmony with nature. #Quote by Gerard Depardieu
Terland Wine quotes by Vanessa Star
#37. Greeks have a sense about wine and coffee. #Quote by Vanessa Star
Terland Wine quotes by Edna Hatlestad Hong
#38. A guilty suffering spirit is more open to grace than an apathetic or smug soul.' - Bread & Wine (day 5) #Quote by Edna Hatlestad Hong
Terland Wine quotes by Kate Douglas Wiggin
#39. The habit of generalizing from one particular, that mainstay of the cheap and obvious essayist, has rooted many fictions in the public eye. Nothing, for example can blot from my memory the profound, searching, and exhaustive analysis of a great nation which I learned in my small geography when I was a child, namely, 'The French are a gay and polite people fond of dancing and light wines. #Quote by Kate Douglas Wiggin
Terland Wine quotes by Ismet Ozel
#40. though my voice is eager to tune to marches,
toady to wine and city... #Quote by Ismet Ozel
Terland Wine quotes by Elliott James
#41. She didn't drink wine, and even if she did, I didn't know if red or white was appropriate for telling a woman that you want to kill her former lover. Do they have greeting cards for that sort of thing? #Quote by Elliott James
Terland Wine quotes by Matt Bomer
#42. I'm a pretty chill person. I'm kind of a homebody and I like to just hang out with friends and have dinner. I'm not, you know - I'm definitely not Neal Caffrey in the sense that I'm not, you know, drinking a $500 bottle of wine at a nightclub. I'm just - I'm pretty chill. #Quote by Matt Bomer
Terland Wine quotes by F Scott Fitzgerald
#43. He read at wine, he read in bed, He read aloud, had he the breath, His every thought was with the dead, And so he read himself to death. #Quote by F Scott Fitzgerald
Terland Wine quotes by Publilius Syrus
#44. You need not hang up the ivy branch over the wine that will sell. #Quote by Publilius Syrus
Terland Wine quotes by Jerry Saltz
#45. When museums are built these days, architects, directors, and trustees seem most concerned about social space: places to have parties, eat dinner, wine-and-dine donors. Sure, these are important these days - museums have to bring in money - but they gobble up space and push the art itself far away from the entrance. #Quote by Jerry Saltz
Terland Wine quotes by Jill Clayburgh
#46. I came from dinner, went downtown with my friends, the elevator was down, I ran down the hall toward my room at 10 at night, having had two glasses of wine. #Quote by Jill Clayburgh
Terland Wine quotes by Patrick MacGill
#47. There comes a moment on a journey when something sweet, something irresistible and charming as wine raised to thirsty lips, wells up in the traveller's being. #Quote by Patrick MacGill
Terland Wine quotes by Mark Miodownik
#48. The appreciation of wine was based solely on the way it tasted. The invention of drinking glasses meant that the color, transparency, and clarity of wine became important, too. We are used to seeing what we drink, but this was new to the Romans, and they loved it. #Quote by Mark Miodownik
Terland Wine quotes by Bauvard
#49. I ran into an old friend on the street and we started up a conversation. Four hours and six bottles of wine later, we decided the weather was just too unpredictable, and we parted ways. #Quote by Bauvard

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