Lot18, Broadway Video Enterprises & IFC Present New Wine Collection
Broadway Video and IFC’s Emmy® Award-winning original sketch comedy series Portlandia has teamed up with winemaker Lot18 to produce a collection of wine based on some of the show’s most memorable sketches.
Just in time for the debut of its farewell season, each bottle is accompanied by a specially designed label, making it the perfect way for fans to celebrate the show’s last hurrah or to give as a gift to a fellow wine lover for the holidays.
Grab a bottle for yourself and some friends, but hurry, as there are only a limited number of each uniquely created bottle available. These delicious wines go on sale on Thursday January 18th, and can be ordered exclusively at Lot18.com/Portlandia while supplies last.
The wine series, containing Lot18’s first ever private label wines from Oregon, commemorates the show and popular sketches including, “This is an Art Project”, “Brunch Village,” “Feminist Bookstore,” and the “Weirdos”.
The new wine collection inspired by memorable episodes and fan favorite characters from Portlandiawill include:
2016 This is an Art Project Languedoc-la-Clape Rosé
Like a real piece of art, this sublime rosé is on loan from France. It represents the process of provoking the inherent essence of winegrapes to a fully realized consciousness. The winemaker navigated natural obstacles to produce the fresh, juicy flavors of strawberry, white peach and grapefruit.
The collective intentions of the winemaker were instrumental in attaining an excellent energy, with pleasant minerality on the finish. It’s about post-phylloxera achievement, obviously, and should be allowed to shine in all its glory with fresh antipasti or grilled chicken.
2015 Brunch Village Willamette Valley Pinot Gris
After standing in a six-hour brunch line with a throng of hangry hipsters, only a ripe, fleshy Pinot Gris like this one will do. Made from ethically treated grapes that were crushed by the light of a full moon, this wine features tropical and stone fruit flavors that are carried along by the bright acidity and dry finish.
Pair this delicious white with marionberry pancakes or woodland-raised, hazelnut-fed chicken for a social media-worthy meal that’s clearly worth the wait.
2016 Women and Women First Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
When a cup of oolong isn’t readily available, this Pinot Noir is the next best thing to sip with a collection of feminist essays. Raspberry, black tea, and rose petal flavors reveal themselves on the mid-palate along with a touch of toasted oak, followed by a lingering warmth on the lengthy finish.
This is a wine to grudgingly savor over a meal of shiitake-tempeh enchiladas or a green lentil curry at your favorite vegan restaurant as you observe the other patrons with disdain and quiet aggression.
2014 Weirdo Rogue Valley Syrah
Cue the thunder and lightning! This frightfully delicious Syrah is bound to send chills down your spine. Oozing with the essence of blackberry, red plum and smoked meat, the wine shows a surprising sweetness from the toasted oak notes. Intensely dark red in color, this wine doesn’t contain the tears of a Scottish deerhound, yet it’s still undeniably and subversively satisfying. Enjoy it with a still-bloody cut of meat and an open mind.
Portlandia is returning for its eighth and final season on Thursday, January 18 at 10PM. Created byFred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein and Jonathan Krisel, Portlandia is a playful satire of life in Portland, Oregon. The series is Executive Produced by Lorne Michaels and produced by Broadway Video. Season 8 will consist of 10 episodes, airing weekly on Thursday nights.
In addition to their role as creators, Armisen, Brownstein and Krisel serve as writers and Executive Producers of Portlandia. Broadway Video’s Andrew Singer and Alice Mathias are Executive Producers, along with EP/writers Karey Dornetto and Graham Wagner. Megan Neuringer and Phoebe Robinsonjoin the writing team this season.
Bill Benz and Carrie Brownstein return to direct along with new directors Graham Wagner and Lance Bangs. Portlandia is shot entirely on location in Portland, Oregon.
About Broadway Video
Broadway Video is a global media and entertainment company focused on the creation and distribution of premier content. Founded by Lorne Michaels in 1979, Broadway Video’s legacy originated with the cultural icon Saturday Night Live.
Broadway Video has since built an incredible portfolio of television programs and feature films including The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Documentary Now, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Portlandia, Man Seeking Woman, 30 Rock, Wayne’s World, and Mean Girls.
Broadway Video has also created and launched the digital studios Above Average, Más Mejor, and The Kicker. For more information visit: http://www.broadwayvideo.com.
IFC is the home of offbeat, unexpected comedies. Series Portlandia, Documentary Now!, Baroness von Sketch Show, Stan Against Evil and Brockmire air alongside fan-favorite movies and comedic cult TV shows. IFC is owned and operated by AMC Networks Inc., and available across multiple platforms. IFC is Always On Slightly Off.