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Good wine needs no bush

This page is about the saying "Good wine needs no bush"

Possible interpretation:
Something of good quality does not need to be advertised.

It used to be common to hang a grapevine, ivy or other greenery ("bush") outside an inn or public house to advertise the availability of drink.

Quick Quiz:

If "good wine needs no bush", a good service needs

a. a good gardener

b. good food

c. no publicity

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Contributor: Josef Essberger