Some Young Punks is a wine produced in Australia, known for its retro pulp pin-up labels and cheeky names (such as Quickie, Naked on Roller Skates, The Squid’s Fist, etc.). Col McBryde, Jen Gardner and Nic Bourke are the winemakers behind the project. Aside from the attention-getting packaging, the wines are known for their good quality and affordable pricing and have attracted many devotees.
External Reviews for Brujeria Red Blend South Eastern Australia Some Young Punks Misfits Wine Co
The Misfits Wine Company in South Australia is anything but conventional. Their "Some Young Punks" wines can be positively out there, like this 2008 Brujeria. Never ones to follow fashion, the Punks have whipped up a "witches brew" Spanish style, from prime grape lots out of Southern Australia. Low yield Tempranillo (50%), Shiraz (28%), Grenache (14%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (8%) are all vinified separately. Portions of the wine receive oak aging for up to 13 months and the result is a lusciously drinkable, ripe spicy red that despite the label is not the least bit threatening. We think it's positively delicious and we're sure that the Spanish and you will agree.