Wacky Wine Labels

Cleavage Creek What’s in a name? A little bit of marketing, I suppose. Here are 10 wines that have odd, easy-to-remember names.

Cat’s Pee on a Gooseberry Bush – Crafted using fruit from a number of vineyards

Vampire – Aged with a combination of both French and American oak

Goats Do Roam In Villages – one of South Africa’s best-known and hottest-selling wines

Ten Minutes By Tractor – aromas of black cherries, undergrowth and mulch, pepper and stalk, smoke

Rocket Science – The soils are shallow, reddish brown in color, low in nutrients and laced with volcanic ash

Seven Deadly Zins – Blending the fruit of seven vineyards

Fat Bastard – Named after a British expression describing a particularly rich and full wine

Marilyn Merlot – Bringing together the vivacious appeal of Marilyn Monroe and Napa Valley winemaking

Mad Housewife – A philosophy that “wine should be fun, relaxing, and something you can afford to look forward to at the end of each and every day”

Cleavage Creek – 10% of the gross proceeds of all wine sales will be donated to breast cancer research

Source: Trendhunter.