...di pane... I guess the circus was invented just because of that. And I'm not against it. A bit of carnevalism is quite becoming. And in that tradition the annual art wine is just fine.
A funny, lovable art-wine this year. Thank you for the non-uptight looks. - Reminding of the Spanish guitar, and game? But devouring such a personalized bunny would be a bit...
This bunny-wine's nose is quite sniffable: rather broad with hints of oak and spices. The taste: quite ample, slightly pointed, uttering adolescence. Monastrill seems to be having an effect on the more serious grapes, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon, making the wine fairly easy. A good amount of grapes at first, and some acidity and tannines at the finish. Doesn't quite open up at the back of the mouth. Now a worthy wine at dinner. Some periods of jump rehearsals in the darkness of the cellar might give more character to this bunny. It might even get it's guitar electrified with a heavier Renaissance sound. Now a fair bit is paid for the label - which is just fine since it's still the better part of the bottle. But it's always worth investing in art.
Original wine label by Risto Suomi.