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In a land of manors, join with me, or leave me alone.

More honored than I, my mate and child.

My blood, insurance against the cold, the heat, the rain.

Well known, perhaps, by an artist of a different palate.

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I thought chic's answer was it.. fit really well

irish coffee

Sorry, no. & Chic's answer didn't fit line 3 very well for the answer - I'd explain more, but that would be telling! :lol:

(pot) still

Not that either. Edited by tiger_lily111

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a cold blooded creature??

a mythological snake or something associated wid manors??

i dont get the first line...

otherwise

grape pretty much fits i thot :]

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you are the master :thumbsup:

Wine

Thanks for the compliment, though I must demur ... too many others much better at riddling than I am! But glad you like! :)

As to your answer, you could be on to something ...

red paint?

Not that, sorry. But welcome to the Den! :)

Rum

Arr, 'fraid not, me hearty!

a cold blooded creature??

a mythological snake or something associated wid manors??

i dont get the first line...

otherwise

grape pretty much fits i thot :]

None of the first. As to the last ... you could say it's a good thought. ;)

& here again is the original 1st line: In a land of castles, join with me, or leave me alone.

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Sauvignon blanc?

Keep up the reaching! -_-

mead/sherry/brewer/brewmaster

None of those, sorry. Edited by tiger_lily111

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Cabernet Franc

Bordeaux region grape, often used for blending, but occasionally as its own varietal.

"Mate" = Sauvignon blanc, while "child" = Cabernet sauvignon - both generally better known varietals.

In Bordeaux, CabFranc can be used as an "insurance policy" against damage to the CabSauv grapes.

Wineauxs & people in viticulture/enology/winemaking are familiar with the grape.

Bordeaux, known for chateaus - slightly more literally translates to 'manor' rather than 'castle.'

Thanks for playing & enjoy the weekend!

:offtopic: Hoo-ah, 1k! :lol::D

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hey it was really a nice one.. helped brush up my wine knowledge.. B))

and congratulations on the 1K :thumbsup:

Edited by rsn

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