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Toast with a wizard with 'Lord of the Rings' wines

| Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
Warner Bros. and Lot18 have created four 'Lord of the Rings' wines.
Warner Bros. and Lot18 have created four 'Lord of the Rings' wines.

Warner Bros. has teamed up with Lot18 to release a line of wine inspired by Peter Jackson's “Lord of the Rings” trilogy. The four vintages (and the company's descriptions) include:

2016 Gandalf Monterey County Pinot Noir: Gandalf can only be embodied by a subtle yet complex Pinot

2016 Frodo Lodi Old Vine Zinfandel: An old-vine Zinfandel that's as honest and pure as a Hobbit's heart

2016 Galadriel Bordeaux Blanc: Like Galadriel, this impressive white will imbue an immediate sense of devotion

2015 Aragorn Appellation Lussac-St. Émilion Contrôlée: A wine fit for a king as honorable as Aragorn

The labels have character silhouettes and locations in Middle-earth, according to Entertainment Weekly. Each vintage is limited to only 6,000 bottles. The set of all four is $75, while one bottle is $20 at .

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