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'Ooooo, honey. A Pinot Noir!...That could be a game changer.'
"Perfect. Kate and Eli are suckers for bold graphics."
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"Of course, not everybody can face this kind of responsibility."
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'Eight years old, huh? If it's so good, why didn't somebody drink it eight years ago?'
"I detect a subtle bouquet of money."
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"Well, I don't care how you see it. At $40 a glass, it's half empty."
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"I'd like something strong, full bodied, with a tempting aroma. But at these prices, I suppose I'll have to make do with the house plonk."
'All I can say is, if you like to try new wines and you hate to have money in your wallet, that's the perfect choice.'
"I'm looking for a wine that doesn't linger on the wallet."
'What wine goes with an enormous expense account?'
'£17 a bottle. It must be a fairly good wine.'
Rhino Wine, Not good until 2025.
'Throw it out? It's worth more! That's $27 worth of wine spilled onto a $12 tie.'
'Why don't they just call it Chateau-Sit-Down-Before-You-Look-At-The-Price?'
'At $12 a glass, I want it to spit out what it drank.'
'Why be upset about the 2 tip? They left over half their bottle of Chateau Petrus.'
'Well, when in doubt, I always say, pick the wine that'll impress the hell out of the complete strangers at the next table.'
'Yes, but it burns holes in the table cloth.'
'I knew you'd like the chili, I made it with your '45 Chateau Latour.'
'Don't bring me anything younger than my liver.'
'How come your oldest vintage is on the top shelf?' 'I can't reach up there!'
Fancy dinners with Jesus.
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"An amusing little wine! At this price it should have its own comedy series."
"And would monsieur like some sparkling maximum profit margin to go with his meal?"