Drink Westeros Wine Like Your Favorite ‘Game Of Thrones’ Characters


Enjoy these custom made wines, each named after a different feuding group in the hit HBO show.

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 25 june 2014

The hit TV series “Game of Thrones,” inspired by George R.R. Martin’s book series “A Song of Ice and Fire,” has given way to tons of official and homemade merchandise. Mugs, swords, clothing, all crafted to celebrate the fantasy series. Now you can not only dress like an inhabitant of King’s Landing, but also drink like one as well with The Wines of Westeros collection.

Created as a side project for Sydney-based advertising agency Common Ventures, these smartly-designed bottles are a must for a true fan. Fueled by the passion they had for the show, the team set to create wine that would match their favorite characters. Jane Burhop of Common Ventures told PSFK that pairing of wines and houses were carefully mulled over, “The reds are all associated with the houses that are head strong and robust. The whites on the other hand are more cunning, perceptive and mysterious.”

The wine itself will be from local Australian wineries to provide delicious, full flavored libations and not just as a collectible item for a fan’s shelf. Burhop further explained that they wanted the wine to be part of the viewing experience:

Whether this becomes a coveted item for the fans or a bottle that is opened with every episode, this wine is made to be drunk with friends and to help soften the blow of the shock and heartache as our favourite characters are slowly killed off.

If you’re looking for a particular type of wine, the Arryn, Greyjoy, White Walker, Wilding and Stark bottles are Sauvignon Blancs, the Baratheon and Lannister clan bottles are Pinot Noirs, the Dothraki is a Merlot, the Tyrells are represented as a Chardonnay, the Martells with a Cabernet Sauvignon, and both House Targaryen and the Night’s Watch are Shiraz wines.

All of these wines are available for pre-order, will cost around $20 AUS per bottle and is expected to be released just in time for the new season of the HBO hit series, and will be shipping internationally. So prepare your goblet, a box of tissues, and let the wine follow.

The Wines of Westeros


Why The Apple Watch Is Taking Foot In The Restaurant Industry

Syndicated Today

Why Fashion Labels Are Moving Away From Overt Branding

New research suggests brand are shying away from logos and flashy displays

Fashion Today

Scientists Have Developed A Furry Wetsuit Material Inspired By Beavers

MIT researchers created the lighter and warmer fabric to maximize speed in the water and to keep swimmers dry


Get PSFK's Related Report: Future of Automotive

See All
Automotive Today

Toyota FCV Plus Is A Hydrogen Power Station On Wheels

The concept explores the intersection of mobility and resource sharing

Technology Today

Coca-Cola Has Created A Custom Gaming PC

Maingear developed a computer featuring a fully functional coke bottle water-cooling reservoir

Social Media Today

Chipotle’s New Weekly Show Broadcasts Over Snapchat

The Mexican fast food brand is trying to build goodwill with high school and college students through the social media platform

Media & Publishing Today

The NBA Is Filming Live Games With A Special Camera Just For Your Phone

Subscribers to League Pass can now access a feature called Mobile View, which is shot to be optimized for phones and tablets

AI Today

Film Touchingly Portrays The Challenge Of Relying On AI To Combat Loneliness

Director David Wilson takes viewers on a journey of the benefits and ultimate deficiencies of replacing human interaction with robots


Future Of Automotive
Scenarios Driving The Digital Transformation Of An Industry

PSFK Op-Ed Yesterday

General Electric: Lighting’s Impact On Sleep Is More Than The Off Switch

Jeff Patton, General Manager of Connected Home Products at GE Lighting, uncovers how lighting technologies can affect our sleep cycles

PSFK Labs october 25, 2016

The Keys For Exceptional Performance On And Off The Field

PSFK Labs' new report highlights five important insights for businesses to perform better than the competition

Travel Today

Delta Lets Flyers Track Their Luggage From The Airplane To The Airport

The airline's new app allows customers to see exactly where their baggage is throughout their journey

Food Today

Chef Turns Invasive Species Into Delicious Sushi

Creator Bun Lai is adapting strange new ingredients for his menu, which responds to the ecological impact of overabundant creatures in the local environment

Gaming & Play Today

Build Your Own Subway System In This Minimalist Game

Mini Metro lets you design your own fully functional transit network, simulating the flow of urban commuters with pared-down visuals

Work Today

Keyboard Designed To Help Women Use More Assertive Language

The device is a commentary on gender roles in the workplace, and features easy access to "power verbs" that help reinforce a habit of being direct in writing

Arts & Culture Today

Spanish Artist Dreams Up What Animals Would Look Like In Modern Clothing

Yago Partal's portraits depict the fantasized style preferences of creatures worldwide, from an Arctic wolf to a zebra

Fitness & Sport Today

New Data Technologies Make Hyper-Personalized Training A Reality

The Sports Debrief from PSFK Labs looks at how analytics tools are being developed to optimize human performance across all industries

Entertainment Today

IBM Watson Helps Grammy-Winning Producer Craft An EP

The computer system's data technology generated musical scores for Alex Da Kid's first solo project

Travel Yesterday

30-Year-Old Photographs Used As Travel Guides

A new photo series revolves around tracing the origins of images from the past

No search results found.