New Hampshire Vulgar Wine Causes Trouble

The 4-letter word in the name is making waves with consumers

Frankly, if anyone has ever listened to Britney Spears' song "If You Seek Amy," we think this wine is no more offensive than that. Still, consumers are none too happy about a New Hampshire wine naming a 2010 red blended wine "If You See Kay."

Yeah, that four-letter-word-sounding name is being protested all the way to the State Liquor Board, with many arguing that it doesn't lend a nice image to the state of New Hampshire. However, the wine from Hundred Acre vineyard is selling very well — 10 cases in the last week. (We knew those funny-named wine bottles would sell the best.) So far, owners have agreed to put the wine in the back of the store so children don't see the bottles. 

So what does If You See Kay taste like? It's an Italian red blend from the state of Lazio; according to a wine seller's website, "she’s soft, creamy, juicy, rich, and powerful all at the same time. A dark and brooding wine, hints of imminent danger, ripe with confidence and purpose; on a mission." We'll let you guess what that means. 

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