Now that Klingon blood wine is officially available, you can stop drinking plum juice.
If you love Star Trek and want to drink like one, You're lucky. Wines That Rock just released its version of Klingon Bloodwine, which is sold online by Star Trek Wines.
The 2018 Klingon Blood Wine Cabernet Sauvignon is said to have "strong aromas that glisten with a lively ruby red color in the glass with aromas of dark chocolate and strong aromas".
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The Klingon blood wine comes in a collection bottle that has a screen printed design and a hand-dipped wax finish that pays homage to the three pillars of Klingon culture. Honor, duty and tradition. As a special Easter egg for fans, the Bloodwine bottles also contain four separate, unique corks made with Klingon proverbs.
Remember when you drink Klingon blood wine to say ""(" May your blood scream! ") Instead of the traditional" Cheers! " "Or better yet, sing the Klingon drinking song.
The two new Star Trek wines are the United Reserve of Planets Sauvignon Blanc Special Reserve and Klingon Bloodwine.
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There is also a new Sauvignon Blanc from the United Federation of Planets Special Reserve. Made from North Shore California grapes, the wine is said to have "flavors of elegant tropical fruit and white peach with a refined acidity that offsets the ripe citrus flavors."
Each limited edition bottle is individually numbered and designed as a companion to the United Federation of Planets Old Vine Zinfandel. The collection bottle also has a unique label cut that is inspired by the StarFleet Delta.
The new Klingon blood wine is priced at $ 50 (about £ 38, AU $ 69), while the United Federation of Planets Special Reserve's Sauvignon Blanc is available for $ 40 (about £ 30, AU $ 55).
You can also purchase the wines exclusively from StarTrekWines.com as a set for 90 USD (approx. 68 GBP, 124 AU $). All wines are delivered on the official Klingon day of honor – September 17th.
Previously Star Trek wines– 2016 Chateau Picard Cru Bourgeois from Bordeaux, France, and a United Federation of Planets special reserve, old grapevine Zinfandel – to celebrate the start of the new series in 2020 With .
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