Tasting History

Album: Down in the Cellar (2000)
  • This song has a hip-hop feel to it. It's about a man whose girlfriend's father is a wine connoisseur – like Stewart himself. Every time he calls to pick up his date, her father plies him with wine. Stewart laughed, saying this could be a song that comes true in the future when his eldest daughter brings her first boyfriend home. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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