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From the West Coast to Westeros: Drink to Winter With Game of Thrones Wine

This Game of Thrones Wine is
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* A wine fit for a Khalesi
* Chardonnay or cabernet sauvignon available
* Sourced from Central California Coast Wineries

With its seventh season coming up (trailer), HBO’s Game of Thrones remains the most-watched show in the network’s history. Now you can drink like a Targaryen with these bottles of Game of Thrones wine. Sourced from Central Coast California wineries, these wines are the ideal companions for a Game of Thrones drinking game, or a night in binge-watching the show.

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There’s a chardonnay (with floral aromas and a creamy palate of peaches, apricots, tangerine), a cab sauv (with a delicious nose of blackcurrant and a touch of cocoa) and a 2014-vintage red wine blend from Paso Robles that’s round and rich with a spicy and toasty feel.

These bottles also make a great gift for any die-hard Game of Thrones fan. Bring them to your friends’ GOT season premiere parties and enjoy watching the intrigue and mayhem as winter advances in everyone’s favorite vaguely-ancient times TV fantasy series.

With Game of Thrones wine, you also can have a great laugh at how George RR Martin’s esoteric worlds of Westeros, the Summer Islands and the Lands Beyond the Wall have infiltrated pop culture like so many spies from the much-feared dynastic families of Kings’ Landing and Casterley Rock.

Luckily for those who like to keep it sideways as they prepare for battle at Castle Black, the Game of Thrones wine actually tastes pretty good as well. Seems like Westeros has some decent sommeliers.

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