Wine and Guitar

Pic a great guitar tune and pick a bottle to match.

Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds – Live at Radio City

I usually throw this one on after a good meaty meal at the cottage. Perfect while shuffling the cards prior to my next Euchre win. (Who knows how to spell that anyway!). And the wine – “Bartender please, Fill my glass for me with the wine you gave Jesus that set him free after 3 days in the ground……”
The hardest grape to grow in the world – A smooth new world (Cali or NZ) bottle of Pinot Noir does it for me.

Pearl Jam
Crazy Mary

A meaty Rioja is a great match with Eddie Vedder’s Haunting voice. That or a bottle of scotch!
“Take a bottle, drink it down, pass it around”

3 Responses to Wine and Guitar

  1. Shaun Batte says:

    I personally love your pairings of wine and guitar. I love playing songs out by the Avett Brothers. They are brothers from Concord North Carolina who sing harmoniously together backed a blue-grassy and rock ensemble. I am looking for a great wine to pair with a song of theirs called ‘November Blue’. I would appreciate any help. Give it a listen. There is a good version song solo by Scott Avett, one of the brothers. Give a couple of their songs a listen and tell me what to slug next time I play them.

    Thanks Get your wine on


  2. Ryan says:

    I would pair the Avett Bro’s with a wine that won’t stain your beard. Maybe pour red wine in a champagne glass so the red stuff don’t get hair in it. Pair it with something simple that don’t smell to great but goes down smooth. Like this

  3. Shaun Batte says:

    I’ll give it a go with the argentinian malbec and let you know how it goes. I will also take your advice on the champagne glass, or maybe to class it up I will pour the malbec into a old beer bottle and hammer it that way. It will then have the visual presentation that I envision the taste should have. Beauty pick.

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