Written by Jaggedone

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Topics: wine, AC/DC, Moneytalks

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

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AC/DC put a cork in it and let the "Moneytalks"!

Joining a group of ancient rockers, medieval pop-stars and has-beens, AC/DC have also launched their own brand of wine on to an unsuspecting public.

Their fans, mostly ancient piss-artists themselves, will love the idea, head-banging over a bottle of Aussie Sauvignon. The rest of the world of wine-drinking connoisseurs will obviously be slightly snobbish and sceptical towards the brand.

A well known London wine importer, James Portwine-Rednose Snr. est 1880 Ltd, gave his very high-brow opinion of several of the new AC/DC brands, here they are:

Hells Bells a red Cabernet Sauvignon / "Tastes just like it sounds, rotting in hell!"

Thunderstruck a white Chardonnay / "Tastes as bad as Angus's short, schoolboy trousers look like!"

High Voltage a red Merlot / "It electrifies the pallet and causes the hair to stand on end, shocking!"

Whole lotta Rosie a dry rosé / "Cheap and nasty like Rosie's sweaty knickers after an AC/DC gig, ghastly!"

Highway to Hell a red Shirah / "no comment necessary name says it all!"

Dog eat Dog a white sauvignon / "Dingo's piss!"

Back in Black a dark, oak matured Bordeaux / "I'm mourning already!"

etc, etc.

It seems that the ancient Aussie rockband should stick to what they're best at, retiring and leave wine selling to the experts but unfortunately "Moneytalks".

Well at least their fans might love it, but then again they love Fosters, real mans booze!

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