Graffiti and Wine were born from expressions of the creative mind. Both produced by original, risk-taking artists who felt the need to define themselves, regardless of hell or high water. The two art forms have inspired mankind in the most intoxicating ways since the BC years, on walls & caves, in bottles & barrels. You might say Graffiti and Wine evolved hand-in-hand throughout history. Sharing a multitude of colors, styles, structures, flavors and expressions that comprise Graffiti and Wine.
We believe Graffiti and Wine make the perfect partnership – that’s why we combined them. A force of nature that melds our original graffiti art on the bottles with unique varietals in the bottles. The creation of these wines involved our strive for absolute artistry, inside and out.
We’ve gone to great lengths to produced wine from off-the-beaten-path regions like Mumbai in Inda, Compania in Italy and Parras Valley in Mexico, using single varietal, vintage wines that include Chenin Blanc, Falanghina, Sauvignon Blanc, Aglianico, Syrah, Cabernet and various Champagnes. Graffiti + Wine. A partnership of epic proportions.
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Campania, meaning “happy land”, quietly rests near the bustling city of Naples, Italy. Campania’s strong historical links to wine and vine date back to the 12th Century BC, and is one of Italy’s oldest wine regions. The wines produced in this region are influenced by ancient empires including the Greeks, Romans and Byzantines.
Graffiti wine chose to partner with Terra di Briganti Winery, whose grapes were born from a family tradition of expert farmers, grown with passion and what they called, ‘Fruits of the Earth’.
According to legend, Hernán Cortés and his soldiers quickly depleted the wine they brought with them from Spain celebrating the conquest of the Aztec Empire in 1521. Because of this, one of Cortés’ first acts as governor was to order the planting of grapevines throughout New Spain.
This area of Coahuila soon became a major wine producer due to its climate and good supplies of water. The vines that were established here were later exported to the Napa Valley in California and South America.
Grapes have existed in the Nashik Valley wine region, near Mumbai, India since the1950s. Our vineyard in the Nashik Valley, imported the grape plant varieties of Chenin blanc, Sauvignon blanc and Zinfandel and has since become India’s most important and largest winery.
Graffiti Wine chose our vineyard because of its unique wine varietals and award winning prestigious wines.
Graffiti wine Non-Alcohol from Germany is produced using a revolutionary spinning system. The spinning facilitates the removal of alcohol while safeguarding the fragile wine aromas and flavors at low temperatures. The process removes the alcohol at slightly higher temperatures. The wine essences are then reintroduced to the dealcoholized base wine and blended with unfermented grape juice. The finished product is a rich, delicious beverage with the characteristic aromas and flavors of premium wine.