Yetti & the Kokonut “Hipster Juice”
Various sites in South Australia
Doradillo, Zinfandel, Cabernet Franc, Sémillon
Someone recently asked me if I was a devil worshiper; “well, that really depends on your definition of Satanism.” The term “hipster” shows up in print at some point in the 1920s to describe someone fashionable on the fray of society. Society, what gives? Fruit for this conceptual cuvée was sourced from different regions across Southern Australia. Hip? Sounds like old fashioned hunting and gathering to me. Sounds like what you’ll be doing when your aversion to “hip” natural stuff costs you the planet and you’re sifting through cans of beans at Trader Joes. By the way, their wines aren’t really sustainable. They should call it “Capitalist Juice.” Pair it with whatever their serving at the nearest food truck. You know we don’t do chains.