1) For some reason, both are kept in dark, dank rooms underground.
2) It’s often best to look for a vintage for both jazz and wine.
3) No matter how many kinds you’ve tried of either, there will always be more to discover.
4) To a trained observer, jazz and wine will give important insight to the culture from which it came.
5) Both bring you into a state of heightened consciousness.
1) Jazz is an American artform that has spread to Europe; wine-making is a European artform that has spread to America (and elsewhere).
2) You want your jazz dirty and gritty! But keep the wine clean and pure.
3) Jazz does the blues; wine does the reds and the whites.
4) Jazz thinks the “Days of Wine and Roses” is a heartbreaking song. Actual days of wine and roses are amazing!
5) You definitely want to smell your wine before drinking; please don’t smell your local jazz musician.
– Written by Jeremy Siskind