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Re: An after dinner wine is best with vinyl

Posted by Old, gray and definitely in the way on May 6, 1999 at 06:10:33:

Don't you think that would depend on the music? Badura-Skoda's Waldstein might require a Suaterne or Barsac, particularly since it is on the French label Astree. The Yepes/Argenta Concierto de Aranjuez would need Victor's NOS port. Pops' horn sorta pushes me toward an Alsatian Tokay Pinot Gris VT. The "smokier" jazz of Miles, Trane et al sends me to the distilled spirits - say an Islay Single malt?