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The nose knows. Research by neuroscientists and otolaryngologists indicate over 80% of what humans believe to experience as taste is actually related to aromatics. More recent studies by olfactory gifted wine geeks indicate the 2017 Gewürtztraminer delivers more aromatic wallop than previously believed possible by sniffing data crunchers. Behold the mountains of head-spinning tropical fruit layered atop miles of screaming tropical flowers standing on piles of crushed slate and granite. Mercy sakes alive, 'tis a kalideoscope of fruit and minerality!
This wine declared its own name as The Anarchist. We needed a label that could stand up to this wild thing and match it's every move. It took an algorithm to figure this out — one generating art that colors outside the lines, unconstrained by tired conventions. The algorithm made patterns, but this wine needed more. So, we wrestled down a list of our favorite anarchists; people spanning centuries and continents who shattered paradigms and changed the trajectory of human history. We merged data from the lives of these anarchists with our algorithm and produced a unique piece of art, graphically expressing challenge to the status quo. The art on this label embraces the spirit of The Anarchist, and all of the anarchists who made it possible.