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If you鈥檙e wondering how to drink me, the answer is room temp in a common cup. No frills. No crystal! I don鈥檛 need room in the fridge 鈥 I鈥檓 comfy on the counter. If you care about your counter, wrap me in a paper towel so I don鈥檛 stain it. I can get a little messy.

Oh and please, dear lord, don鈥檛 buy a 鈥渄ecanter鈥 or whatever it鈥檚 called just for me. All you need is a corkscrew and a cup. Enjoy me as I am. I鈥檒l get the job done.

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beber谩s de la copa de tu hermana

I鈥檓 not getting paid to be here. Truth be told, I heard through the grape vine that you鈥檙e a little freak, so I鈥檓 just here to check you out. YOLO, you know? So, show me what you鈥檙e made of! If you need a little courage, take a drink. Call it a serving of fruit if you must.

Inebriation over inhibition, I always say. That and life is better when you鈥檙e laughing. Whatever. Let鈥檚 just drink and see what happens.

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sentada sobre la bestia

I bet you didn鈥檛 know that wine is 6,000 years old, but it is. It dates to the Neolithic period 鈥 which means it鈥檚 6,000 years old. And it was made by accident. Did you know that?

Some wild, Middle Eastern yeast got with a few stored-away grapes and fermented their sugar into alcohol. The Egyptians found out about it and refined the process. Then the Greeks fell in love with it, made a god to celebrate it, and passed it to the Romans who spread it across Europe to the Spanish who brought it with them to the New World. They might鈥檝e also brought rats, but at least they knew how to party.

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Listen. You don鈥檛 drink me. I drink you. I鈥檓 speaking metaphorically, of course, but you can鈥檛 do anything about it. You鈥檙e going to serve me and that鈥檚 the end of it. You can share me if you鈥檇 like. I鈥檓 strong and you might not be able to handle my greatness all at once.

I know what you鈥檙e thinking 鈥 鈥淲ow. It鈥檚 rare to meet a bottle with such confidence, and at the top of its game.鈥 Indeed, I鈥檝e fought hard to get here. I鈥檝e earned my way from grape to glass. Go ahead. Have a taste.