"There is a world of difference between tasting and drinking. Tasting is what I associate with work and brainpower, with having every sense keenly honed while trying to draw on memories of other, related wines tasted before. Drinking is ... a much more relaxed activity. I do very occasionally get tired of tasting, but that never spoils my enjoyment of drinking."
— Wine critic Jancis Robinson, writing in her column for the Financial Times about what a wine professional drinks on vacation.