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Music 'can enhance wine taste'

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soundsgreat

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Hi,

Well sorry buddy but I didn't understand a damn thing :confused: ( read have no clue bout the wine or whisky or whatever they referred to) !! Am not much of drinker:D ( Read don't drink) So I cannot comment :p!!


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particleman

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I don't know if music can enhance the taste of wine but I am sure you need wine to "enhance" some types of music.
 

suniil

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My wife says yes to BBC article, but she has little taste in music. so particleman should be right ;)

I'm the only person in my company who don't drink :(

I don't know if music can enhance the taste of wine but I am sure you need wine to "enhance" some types of music.
 

dinyaar

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Ranjeetji hum wine nahin peete!! Aur kuch pilao to kuch gyaan de.
In fact i agree with particleman more than the BBC in this case!
 

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Interesting...I've been drinking wine all my life, thanks to the upbringing amidst a lot of Christian friends and neighbors! - And no, am not one.

Don??t know if music "can" affect the taste of wine, but I definitely enjoy a glass of wine during my late night music sessions, its a different matter that sometimes, glasses translates to empty bottles on a good day!:rolleyes:

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My wife says yes to BBC article, but she has little taste in music.
Good sir, while I am most impressed by your bravery and do not wish to cast aspersions, I cannot help but suspect that she does not browse this forum? :D For the record, I should like to state that the Wife is always right. Always. Right.
 

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Ranjeetji, I am in total agreement with the " spirit " of the article-
Wine & music are indeed made for each other.
In my long & chequered life , I've observed time & again that one enhances the enjoyment of the other.
Indeed, at either a boozing session or a music session, it is the presence of females which can screw up the session-hence the made for each other remark!
What do you say, pal ?
 

ranjeetrain

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Absolutely Kamal, though I haven't had many opportunities to have gathering where soothing music was being mixed with wine, but I am sure your made for each other thingie has weight.

Oh yeah, women may safely stay out when we are trying "new things" with our audio system, LOL.
 

unleash_me

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...I am in total agreement with the " spirit " of the article-
Wine & music are indeed made for each other.
In my long & chequered life , I've observed time & again that one enhances the enjoyment of the other...
What do you say, pal ?
LOL. May be we have just the right product mix here!

BEN BLANC STUDIO

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