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Thomas Jefferson

The tree of liberty must be watered from time to time with the Blood of Tyrants."

Thomas Jefferson
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Epic Origins

Revel in the rich history behind every drop of Blood of Tyrants. Centuries of battles, won and lost, have shown us what keeps the renegade within us satisfied: wine. Our winemakers overthrow the rules to bring you luscious flavors curated through centuries of rebellion. Free men don't ask permission, which is why we've continued to perfect these soft yet full-bodied flavors no matter how hard the tyrants tried to stop us. Prohibition tasted so good because of the Blood of Tyrants. When you're feeling a little devious, relinquish that cork and indulge. The greatest terror is realizing you've reached the last drop.

Epic Origins

Tears of tyrants are electric and bittersweet, as is this Pinot Grigio. The nose smells of crisp Granny Smith apple, lemon peel and wet stone. On the palate, the apple turns into a more sturdy asian pear and the lemon peel becomes a firmer, more-resolved citrus fruit but remains clean and steady with the bright acidity held in place by a soft almond skin tannin.

The wine also holds you in place. Strong, silent and resilient, you can fuel your uprising with this liquid.

Tyrants are losing
their heads.

Get yours now, while it's still legal.

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Free men don't ask permission.

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Definitely Not Advice



According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects.

Consumption of alcoholic beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.

May cause violent outbursts of strong language, nudity, being added to a government watch list or refusal to answer questions without a lawyer present, if at all. Sudden acceleration may cause injury, especially when combined with a cotton rag and gasoline. Do not use as a projectile. Definitely not an 80% molotov lower.

Lethargy is the forerunner of death to the public liberty.

- Thomas Jefferson