Based on Pinot Noir, it gives rich berry aromas alongside brioche, quince, and pears.
In this moment of marine disaster, Mr. quince displayed great coolness and judgment.
Hans Marais reached the quince hedge first and sprang off his steed.
They thrive only on standard stocks, refusing to do well on the quince unless double worked.
Winterbottom stood before Tom, and quince with his back to them.
No Sanskrit name is known for the quince, whence it may be inferred that its area did not extend towards the centre of Asia.
quince preserves may be made by the same recipe as that used for pears.
It is stated that the word marmalade is derived from marmelo, the Portuguese name for quince.
Fruit, a little turbinate, or top-shaped, somewhat resembling a quince.
I put the last switch of tobaccy I had in the world into that pipe, just arter throwing myself outside of that quince of fish.
early 14c., plural of quoyn, from Old French cooin (Modern French coing), from Vulgar Latin codoneum, from Latin cotoneum malum "quince fruit," probably a variant of cydonium malum, from Greek kydonion malon "apple of Kydonia" (modern Khania), ancient seaport city in Crete.
The plant is native to Persia, Anatolia, and Greece; the Greeks imported grafts for their native plants from a superior strain in Crete, hence the name. Kodu- also was the Lydian name for the fruit. Italian cotogno, German Quitte, etc. all are ultimately from the Greek word.