Attack on Titan: “Famous” Red Wine Available

Game of Thrones had its vintage, albeit fleetingly… A Japanese alcohol distributor “Kurand” and a Japanese wine cooperative have joined forces with the producer of the animated series Attack on Titan, based on the very popular eponymous Manga, to make this special label (NB: the makers have specified that it has no transformative powers!) which will certainly delight collectors and fans of the series of all kinds.

See the original site (in Japanese)

https://hypebeast.com/2021/6/attack-on-titan-kurand-marleyan-red-wine-collaboration-announcement

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