The Connoisseur                                                

            His palate is renowned
            Not principally for establishing
            The provenance of grapes
            In place and time
            But for a talent to discriminate
            To points so fine
            That not one single vintage
            Ever satisfies
            As far as women are concerned
            He pleads ignorance
            And thus is much more
            Easily delighted knowing
            They are much less dear to him 
            Than wine


            Emanuel E. García, The Virtues of Calamity, One Hundred Poems2013