Quotes from Sideways

Rex Pickett ·  368 pages

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“You're such a cheater. The best wood in your golf bag is your pencil!”
― Rex Pickett, quote from Sideways

“Pinot Noir country. My grape. The one varietal that truly enchants me, both stills and steals my heart with its elusive loveliness and false promises of transcendence. I loved her, and I would continue to follow her siren call until my wallet--or liver, whichever came first--gave out.”
― Rex Pickett, quote from Sideways

“I forced a swift smile, then turned back to my glass, salvation and sanctuary viniferously bundled into one.”
― Rex Pickett, quote from Sideways

“Maya, Indian goddess of illusions. Siren of shipwrecked sailors. If only you lactated Pinot Noir, you’d be perfect.”
― Rex Pickett, quote from Sideways

“Palate properly whetted, I spelunked for her clitoris, tasting Bourgogne Rouge and Maya's body.”
― Rex Pickett, quote from Sideways

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