It’s been some time since my last post. It’s been a year of major personal revelations which when you finally move on feels a bit like leaving some ghosts behind in the past. We all move on in time and things are always in a constant flux of change. All we can do is hold on and hope for the best. In that spirit, I present the Ghosts pairing,
Aromas of blueberry and blackberry pie are framed nicely by salted caramel, spice and truffle notes. Rich and full-bodied, this blend offers chewy tannins and a long, luscious finish. Blend: 31% Zinfandel, 29% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Petite Sirah, 7% Syrah
Ghosts I-IV is the sixth studio album by this American industrial rock band. Reznor described the music of Ghosts as “a soundtrack for daydreams”, a sentiment echoed by many critics who compared it with the work of Brian Eno and Robert Fripp. The songs are unnamed, and are identified only by their track listing and group number.
Together this supple blend makes for a great companion to an album of alternative textures and ambient scapes that twist and turn and move you along a journey that spans a four record set. Eight sides of euphorically disturbing Reznor imaginations and the 14.5% alcohol content actually went quite well together.