Names Can Be Misleading
Wine so good, you won't be able to eat just one glass... er, drink just one glass.
We've received quite a few interesting questions about this 2009 Raised By Wolves Cab, so we've gone ahead and put together a FAQ. Hope you find it helpful!
Could you please describe how the wine tastes and smells?
Sure! The wine opens with some huge aromatics on the nose that express roasted black cherries and wet cobblestones. From there, it moves on to offer a robust structure and a full finish with dark plum, white pepper, and cigar.
I noticed you didn't mention any notes of marmot, beaver, or hare. Are those just implicit?
Um, no. There are no notes of marmot, beaver, or hare.
What about waterfowl?
Nope. No waterfowl either. Not sure where these questions are coming from...
Caspian seals then?
Wait, are you just listing things that wolves eat?
Okay, well you can rest assured that there is absolutely NO wolf prey in our wines. Raised By Wolves is just a fun name. We weren't actually raised by wolves.
Then how come you only work on nights when the moon is full?
WHO TOLD YOU THAT?!