Posted By: Wine&Roll - The Wines of Rock!
KISS Zin Fire, California USA, Zinfandel 2011
KISS is a very strong brand in the rock business, so it was just a question of time before they came out with a beverage among the other KISS-related items. What can you expect from this wine? The same excitement and intensity that you get with a KISS live show. So, what is under the make up?
God Gave Rock n' Roll to you and KISS gave you this wine!
Oh yeah, just pop the cork and you can start to rock n' roll all nite and party every day. This wine is horny and liqueurous, easily approachable like a rock n' roll groupie. No need to analyse, no need to understand. It's just there when you need it to fullfill your needs and satisfies your desire. This wine is a bitch but we like it and want more...
Are we still talking 'bout the wine? Yes, we are, my friend. This wine is made from Zinfandel grape and perfectly captures the intensity of the KISS' live shows with all the lights and fireworks. 1975 was the year when the Zinfandel was harvested in California for the first time, the same year when the legendary Alive live album came out, which later turned to be the breakthrough for the KISS. Obviously this is just a coincidence, but explains why they come together as the hottest band and the hottest drink.
The taste is like a proper fruit explosion, topped up with sweet spices and a pleasant finish. Its has a slight residual sugar, but that makes it more rounded and easy drinking one. I don't think you could ask for more. Maybe for an other bottle 'cause one won't be enough!
This wine is pure rock n'roll. When you drink it you don't worry about the future, forget about the past and only live for the moment. Man, this wine is so good, you want to lick it up... The first drinking choice for millions of KISS fans. Now it's time to make a confession, are you one of them?
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