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2014 Conspiracy Theory
A single sheet of microfiche linking an off-limits stretch of the Nevada desert to RFID chips, fluoridated water and a grassy knoll in Dallas. No digital footprint. Instead, this lip smacking wine reveals secret notes of dark cherry layered with cola, cocoa powder and pie spice. Its contents must be poured, sipped and memorized. Calling this blend unique is an understatement. Is it possible the illuminati opened the most hallowed New World wine country slopes to capture these flavors and textures in the glass? We think it so. It must be so.
41% Syrah, 14% Grenache, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Pinot Noir, 8% Malbec, 7% Cabernet Franc, 6% Petite Sirah
Life can defy explanation sometimes, and so can wine. Conspiracy Theory is an unlikely wine that called for an unlikely label, and wouldn't you know it, the illuminati were no help whatsoever. We turned to an algorithm to find connections where none existed, and the pattern was pleasing, but we grasped for its meaning. So, we went searching for ground zero in the world of theories and found there were several — Area 51, Paramount Studios, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, to name a few. The coordinates of those sites infiltrated our algorithm, and mysteriously, our art took on a life of its own. This enigmatic wine now has a beautiful if unlikely explanation, a graphic display of the role Conspiracy Theory plays in our minds and in our wine glasses.