Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl commemorative wine has notes of plum, Tom Brady tears

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To toast the Philadelphia Eagles’ first-ever Super Bowl win—a dramatic and morally correct victory over the dickbag New England Patriots—the team has created two commemorative wines called Championship Red and Championship Bubbly. In a release, the Eagles announce the red is a blend of cabernet sauvignon and merlot, though the team doesn’t say whether any actual Tom Brady tears were used in either bottling.

Unlike the Patriots’ Super Bowl performance, the wines are said to be high-quality products made in conjunction with Mano’s Wine; the red has been aged for 15 months in French and American oak barrels. Mano’s Wine describes the red’s flavor as containing “soft tannins, ripe cassis, chocolate and berry,” and definitely the long, soft finish that comes from handing the Patriots their asses, 41-33.

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Etched, silver logo-emblazoned bottle of Championship Red: $49.95. Bottle of Championship Bubbly: $24.95. Actually being able to sip and savor the results of a Patriots Super Bowl implosion? Priceless.

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