New RATT, WARRANT Wine Blends Coming Soon

WARRANT, RATT and Richard Blade have been working with Artist Wine in creating blends of wine from the Napa area in California and Kristian Story winery.

Warrant Red already sold out the 2007 blend and new one is being created for release in December.

The Warrant Red won a silver metal in one of the top wine competitions in the San Fransisco Chronicle.

RATT has two wines to be released called Ratt N Roll Chardonnay "Body Talk" and Ratt N Roll Cabernet "Slip of The Lip!"

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Commented RATT drummer Bobby Blotzer: "Grapes are one of natures richest and tastiest gifts. The colors, the flavors, and the beauty in which they grow. Vines reaching all across the land growing in mother earth's finest of soils. Reaching from one end of the earth to the other, like music does.

"I have had a love affair with wine for over 30 years now.

"I have been blessed to make my living doing one of life's other greatest gifts; the gift of music.

"There is such harmony in music and in wine, for these last 30 years I have travelled all around the world with my band RATT and it's been one heck of a ride, I'll tell you that. This ride has allowed for the opportunity to experience so many different tastes and terroirs.

"Sit back and enjoy my new and first wine, 'Body Talk'."

For more information, visit www.artistwine.com.

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