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I am sure the grapes are sour.

Aesop

What I do and what I dream include thee, as the wine must taste of its own grapes.

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Regardless of whether you're looking at grapes, apples, cherries or any kind of fruit, you'll get the best color around here.

Paul Bush

They damage the fences on a daily basis almost faster than we can repair them. The damaged fences allow the deer to enter. The bear eat the grapes, as do the deer, and they both damage the vines, sometimes killing … old vines.

Paul Maroon

This particular site happens to be very good for growing grapes.

Chris Pearmund

There'll always be some weird thing about eating four grapes before you go to bed, or drinking a special tea, or buying this little bean from El Salvador.

Richard Simmons

The majority of this department is a younger department. There are going to be some people with sour grapes, but this is something that had to be done.

James Curtis

Sour grapes comments from other communities.

Marjorie Ward

We're in a global wine economy now. If you're out of grapes, you're out of grapes.

George Rose

These peoples' careers have been ruined because someone has some sour grapes.

Howard Taylor

I didn't see it, not at all,'' said Lewis, speaking through a mouthful of sour grapes.

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If that's their chat then it's sour grapes and they are simply searching for excuses.

Barry Ferguson

If there had been anyone talking about bad films, I'd have to assume there had to be a bit of sour grapes going on.

Noah Cowan

The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the children's teeth are set on edge.

Bible

When the grapes swell up, some of them will burst and so now you've got juice on the clusters, which can cause disease.

Eric Fry

We won the election. I think that for the most part this might be considered sour grapes.

Elaine Taylor

We should all do what, in the long run, gives us joy, even if it is only picking grapes or sorting the laundry.

E. B. White