It's a popular myth that "all" vinyl is being cut from digital masters. I say myth because it's simply not true. Anyone who has been in a professional recording studio lately knows that. I recently recorded in the same studio in Portland Oregon in which Bill Frisell has recorded most of his recent albums. It's done on a 2" multi-track, then mixed onto a 1/2" 2-track, all in analogue. The 2-track analogue mix tapes are sent for LP mastering, not digital copies.
New West Records attaches a sticker to the front of their LP's that proudly proclaims: "Audio mastered For Vinyl". Buddy Miller (Emmylou Harris' band leader, producer, solo artist) records his New West albums (and those he produces for other artists) on the 2" analogue multi-track he has in his Nashville living room studio, then mixes onto an analogue 2-track. His albums sound amazing! Great music, too.
Sure, they are in the minority, but so what? "Good" music itself is in the minority; whatta ya gonna do, stop listening to all music 'cause some of it's not good? All the great reissues being done by audiophile labels (MoFi, Analogue Productions, etc.) are done from analogue masters. I sure wish those repeating the falsehood they have heard would educated themselves. Generalizations are rarely true or accurate.