April 13, 2012
We’d like to think you trust us.
After all, we’ve never purposely steered you wrong. And we’ve only poked fun at the Astros once... this month.
So when we suggest you order up a bottle of vino fermented with a 4.5-billion-year-old rock from outer space, we just hope it doesn’t change things between us.
Introducing Meteorito, a new cabernet sauvignon from a galaxy far, far away, available now for special order online.
You may wonder how in the hell something like this came to be. It’s actually pretty simple. Take a British astronomer... let’s just call him Ian Hutcheon. Bueno, seems Hutcheon not only loves the stars, but also owns a vineyard in Cachapoal Valley, Chile. So after getting his hands on a piece of rare meteorite—one as old as the galaxy—Hutcheon did what any self-respecting astro-vintner would do: he slipped it into his barrels and let it take a long soak.
Entonces, if you think your wine cellar needs a galactic upgrade, just hop aboard your Cessna and head southeast for about 4,500 miles... hold on, we almost forgot... just shoot an email to Hutcheon and request a shipment of a couple bottles—or perhaps a case—before the FDA pays this guy a visit.
Of course, you’re probably wondering how it tastes.
Trust us. It’s out of this world.