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My first sip told me that this was the most exquisite liquid ever to have slipped down my throat, or ever likely to again. If the scientists’ findings are to be believed, the answer is probably a bit of both.But with this week’s research in mind, I wonder if it was really the smell and taste of it that transported me to sensual heaven? And what goes for wine must surely go for food, too.Or could it be that my pleasure had as much to do with the words printed on the label — ‘Premier Grand Cru Classe’ — and the fact that I happened to know Chateau Latour was fabulously expensive and rated by some claret buffs as the best wine in the world? But I saw it advertised on the internet yesterday (‘from the excellent 1953 vintage, this amazing red wine has a forthcoming bouquet, a sweet round entry and is a deep intense wine’) with a price-tag of a cool £349.97. Speaking for myself, I’ve always been irritated by those flowery descriptions of dishes on the menu at fancy restaurants. At the sort of establishment I have in mind, we won’t be offered bangers and mash with onion gravy.But how much is this due to the intrinsic beauty of the painting?Doesn’t it also have a lot to do with the human herd instinct, the fame of the artist, the knowledge that everything he painted is worth a bomb and the reputation of Girl At A Window as the artwork that’s been stolen more often than any other in the country?