Whenever you happen to’ve ever thought Rick Grimes was as soon as increasing previous like a sexy wine, you deserve a medal, or a crystal ball, or one thing. On memoir of now, Rick Grimes genuinely is a sexy wine.
EW can expose that AMC has teamed up with Lot18 for The Strolling Pointless Wine Series, which parts three assorted blends named after fan-favourite characters Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon, and Negan. And so they’re all reds, because, effectively, that is The Strolling Pointless, so they more or much less possess to be.
The three varietals all recede on sale Monday, Nov. 6, at 8 a.m. ET at Lot18.com/TheWalkingDead, and ought to be on hand whereas the puny offer lasts. Sooner than you recede and placement your grief clocks, listed below are the tiny print on each and each of the three gents’ wines, including uncommon detailed images of their labels.
The Rick Grimes is a 2016 California Petite Sirah described as “a correct crowd pleaser” like Rick himself. It’s “intrepid, darkish and balanced, exhibiting a critical rigidity between the intellectual acidity and firm, tannic structure. You’ll model with only 1 sip that his is a wine that’ll in no intention let you down.”
Daryl deserves one thing deep, agreeable, and kinda smokin’… so he’s a 2016 California Cabernet Sauvignon that’s “equally agreeable, exhibiting depth and an even attempting core of ripe dark fruits, intermingled with savory nuances of espresso bean and dried herbs. Like Daryl’s crossbow, that is a wine probabilities are you’ll per chance count on to constantly hit the model.”
On the expose, Negan is somebody to be feared. But as a 2016 Bourbon Barrel Purple Blend, he’s fair yummy. “This crimson mix is additionally brawny and intrepid, developing devotees with its grand, extracted flavors of vanilla, darkish chocolate, and caramel,” the winemaker says. “A fraction of the wine was as soon as bourbon barrel used for three months. Level-headed of Seventy three p.c Merlots, 18 p.c Zinfandel and 9 p.c Petite Sirah, that is a wine that packs a punch more sturdy than Lucille’s, compelling you thru the apocalypse and past.”
The Strolling Pointless airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on AMC.