Manure-aided wine should really have a great nose7/30/2012
If your tastes are like ours, you like your cabernets clean and subtle, with hints of red currant, green olive and, oh yeah, lactating cow manure stuffed inside a cow horn and buried in the ground for a year. This is a secret ingredient the vintners at Summerhill Pyramid Winery in Kelowna, British Columbia, might actually want to keep secret when they roll of their first bottles of certified biodynamic wines in 2015. Actually, they just mix the stinky mess with rainwater and use it as a spray-on fertilizer, but we dare you to think of anything other than lactating cow manure when you take your first sip. Bovine bottoms up! [Source]
What should they name this wine?