age like a fine wine

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Due to the perception that wine improves with age.


age like a fine wine (third-person singular simple present ages like a fine wine, present participle aging like a fine wine or ageing like a fine wine, simple past and past participle aged like a fine wine)

  1. (simile) Of a person, to age well; to look or become better as they become older.


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