It has become quite a common proverb that in wine there is truth.
Wine gives strength to weary men.
Boys should abstain from all use of wine until their eighteenth years, for it is wrong to add fire to fire.
Wine is mighty to inspire new hopes and wash away the bitters of care.
Wine hath drowned more men than the sea.
Wine is a turn—coat；first a friend, and then an enemy.
A man will be eloquent if you give him good wine.
Women, money and wine have their pleasure and their Poison.
Metal is tasted by fire；men by wine.
Every inordinate cup is unblessed and the ingredient is a devil.
Wine is a remedy for the moroseness of old age.
When the wine is in the wit is out.
Wine to the poet is a winged steed：
Those who drink water gain but little speed.
Often have I sought to banish love’s pain with wine, but grief turned all the wine to tears.