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Marleyan Red Wine From Attack On Titan Is Now On Sale; Makers Assure That There’s No Side Effect

Marleyan red wine

In the spine-chilling Attack on Titan universe, it’s best to think twice before sipping any glass of red wine. Fortunately, things are different in the real world – Japanese liquor store Kurand is selling actual Marleyan red wine that’s much safer than its anime counterpart.

Marleyan red wine of Attack on Titan IRL

Marleyan Red Wine - kurand official poster
Image credit: Kurand

Kurand’s Marleyan red wine is produced by Kobe Winery. It’s a renowned winery that opened in 1983 and has about 40 hectares of dedicated cropland for wine production.

Marleyan Red Wine - red wine cover
Image credit: Kurand

The red wine is made with 2 wine grape varieties – Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Cabernet Sauvignon is a popular variety used in the making of red wines. Its taste ranges from hints of black pepper to bell pepper. Meanwhile, Merlot is equally popular and generally has a fruitier taste.

attack on titan red wine
Image credit: Kurand

The grapes used for the red wine are cultivated in Kobe, aged in wine barrels for 18 months, and then hand-squeezed by the winery.

According to Kurand, the wine has a dry finish and is best paired with seafood, such as fish, shellfish, and shrimps. Each bottle measures 750ml and contains 12% alcohol.

Comes with a special Attack on Titan bottle opener

attack on titan bottle opener
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Each bottle of wine purchased comes with a special bottle opener engraved with the Military Police Brigade logo and the show’s name.

Savour the Marleyan red wine safely at home

Each bottle of Marleyan red wine costs ¥8,800 (~USD79.76). Sales began on 11th June and will end on 7th July. The product is scheduled to be shipped out from late July 2021 onwards. If you’re in Japan, order your bottle here.

If you’re looking for other alcoholic beverages, check out our list of craft beers and popular beers in Japan.

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