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Veritas entices enophiles with both sense and sensibility

Issue: October 15, 1999

October 15, 1999 The Wine List That Ate Manhattan Veritas entices enophiles with both sense and sensibility By John Mariani T he Roman naturalist-writer Pliny the Elder may have been wrong in declaring butter "barbarian," artichokes "monstrosities," peaches "tasteless" and pepper "overrated," but he was a lover of foie gras and did write the immortal words, "In vino veritas" -- in wine there is truth.

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