Sponsored by Personal Wine.
What do you give a movie buff and wine lover? THESE! Check out the new collection from Personal Wine. “Inconceivable Cab” and “As You Wish Chardonnay” from the cult classic movie Princess Bride Bottle of Wits wine collection.
Princess Bride has been a long-time family favorite movie. We recently passed it down to the next generation (and tried not to quote every line while they discovered the hilarity for the first time). I love the idea of sharing one of these memorable wines for our next gathering. Not only does it accompany a great meal together with family or friends, the beautiful label design makes the bottle itself a fun keepsake for the true Princess Bride fan.
Whether you’ve had a long day battling the rodent’s of unusual size in the fire swamp or storming the castle, you’re sure to enjoy a nice bottle of “Inconceivable Cab“.
This bold cabernet, full of strength and might. The nose is predominately dark fruits with subtle hints of oak. This complex and intriguing red is full-bodied, full of plum and black cherry fruit, and is balanced by firm acidity and tannins. Lingering notes of cedar and vanilla dominate on the finish and make this wine inconceivably delicious.
Whether you’re a prince or a mere farm boy, consider the “As You Wish Chardonnay” for the princess in your life. This is sure to impress your one and only “twooo wuv”.
This refreshing California Chardonnay is medium bodied, with balanced acidity. It starts with bright tropical fruit flavors, leading to a long, citrus-laced finish.
If you’re indecisive like Vizzini facing Westley in the ultimate battle of wits, perhaps you should consider the “Bottle of Wits” wine set which includes both! They promise it’s not poisoned with deadly iocane powder. Because sometimes just one bottle is simply inconceivable!
Buy your movie inspired wine from the Personal Wine Princess Bride Bottle of Wits wine collection. Enjoy your wine as youuuu wiiiiish.
Inconceivable Cab $22.99
As You Wish Chardonnay $22.99
Bottle of Wits $39.99
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Personal Wine. All thoughts are my own.