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    "...are made bores"

    Good afternoon,

    please what does the following sentence mean?

    "These wines far too often are impeccably made bores".

    Thank you!

    Novella



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    Re: "...are made bores"

    Quote Originally Posted by Novella View Post
    Good afternoon,

    please what does the following sentence mean?

    "These wines far too often are impeccably made bores".

    Thank you!

    Novella


    It means that the wines are very well made but boring, no character.

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