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Knox’s The Vintner’s Luck

“He took a swig of the friand, tasted fruit and freshness, a flavor that turned briefly and looked back over its shoulder at the summer before last, but didn’t pause, even to shade its eyes.”

At wine tastings, the language can get a bit thick! But I like the descriptions in The Vintner’s Luck by Elizabeth Knox. Here she adds an element of season to how the wine tastes. The novel turns unusual when an angel appears. Read this one with a glass of burgundy.