It’s Always The Same but There Are More Ways to Describe a Wine
Here is an anecdotal approach with some borrowed words from songs by The Cure:
´But I think I get a bit confused. Am I seducing or being seduced?`
She deems. He fills her glass with golden bubbles slowly giving off forming a perfect crown. She sighs. `I feel that good.´ The shiny straw yellow colour juxtaposes the upcoming nightfall. He grins. `In her eye his smile´ and the insinuating picture of 100 butterflies. The feeling that everything will be fine strikes her `incessantly.´ She takes a mouthful. Elegant, rich and creamy drops invade her interior while the atmosphere `spells out his name.´ Lost. He cheers. She smiles. They drink. Blame it on Macabeu, on Xarel.lo if not on Parellada. `Infatuation, fascination´. The force of vintage puts its spell on them while the pairing oysters do the rest. ´It’s perfect.` He whispers and pictures her remaining lipstick on the empty glass of captivating cava.
My apologies but that’s what pairing wine whether sparkling or not with music does to you. Cheers.